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Let’s use greed to fight corruption

31st December, 2014
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Rudy Giuliani

Is there any phrase that makes the Irish eye roll more than “people with information on corruption should contact An Garda Síochána”?

It’s not that we think the guards will try and cover it up, or worse still, be involved. We just don’t believe that the guards are that pushed on fighting white collar crime.

Murder, terrorism, big bank jobs, battering the Shinners and mates...

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