Just how many times will we be confronted with a fresh example of false, unreliable data from An Garda Síochána?
Last week, the Central Statistics Office discovered that 234 deaths in Ireland - most of which were cases of dangerous driving causing death - over 14 years should have been recorded as homicides by the force, but were not. That’s a lot of deaths misrecorded and the misreporting had the effect...
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