Tuesday September 22, 2020

Government tried to conceal key parts of Bailey case investigation

The government attempted to limit the disclosure of key parts of a critical report from the Director of Public Prosecution's (DPP's) office alleging Garda wrongdoing against Ian Bailey.

4th March, 2012

The government attempted to limit the disclosure of key parts of a critical report from the Director of Public Prosecution's (DPP's) office alleging Garda wrongdoing against Ian Bailey in the Sophie Toscan du Plantier murder investigation.

Documents obtained by *The Sunday Business Post* reveal that Attorney General Máire Whelan only agreed to release the sensitive documents on the basis that critical comments relating to a number of third parties - including senior gardaí and other...

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