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'Will black and white phone records clarify "a very grey world"?'

Veteran crime journalist Paul Williams rejected claims he had allowed himself be used by the gardai

19th July, 2017
Justice Peter Charleton speaking on the opening day of the Disclosures Tribunal Pic: RollingNews.ie

More than two hours into his evidence at the Disclosures Tribunal, the challenge which crime journalist Paul Williams had been waiting for finally came.

“You were too close to gardaí and you allowed yourself to be used?” asked inquiry Chairman Justice Peter Charleton, getting to the meat of the issue.

“I'm glad you asked me that,” was the reply from the well known Independent News and Media personality before adding: “Absolutely not.”...

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