Conroy defends Garda conduct of Barron case

One of the most extraordinary statements to emerge in the Donegal Garda corruption tribunal so far is a new submission by the Garda Commissioner Noel Conroy.

21st May, 2005

One of the most extraordinary statements to emerge in the Donegal Garda corruption tribunal so far is a new submission by the Garda Commissioner Noel Conroy.

It is the much-anticipated response from Conroy to the allegations surrounding the Garda investigation into the McBrearty family in the north Co Donegal village of Raphoe. The family was wrongly accused of involvement in the 1996 death of cattle dealer Richie Barron.

The Conroy submission claimed that the inquiry into...

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