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Commission of Inquiry may probe garda/IRA collusion

The government insists that the Commission of Inquiry into the Garda recording controversy will be able to inquire into potential garda collusion with the IRA in Dundalk station.

13th April, 2014

The government insists that the Commission of Inquiry into the Garda recording controversy will be able to inquire into potential garda collusion with the IRA in Dundalk station.

The terms of reference for the Commission of Inquiry into the Garda recording controversy do not mention a potentially explosive instance of recording in Dundalk garda station, but a government spokesman insisted that they allowed for Judge Nial Fennelly to inquire into the issue if he saw...

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