Thursday April 9, 2020

Political attack is a nadir for the Garda

The attack on the government by the outgoing head of the Garda Representative Association was a black day in the history of the force.

1st May, 2010

The attack on the government by the outgoing head of the Garda Representative Association was a black day in the history of the force. It does not matter whether the sentiments expressed by Michael O’Boyce were justified or not, or whether they are echoed by other citizens or not.

They are a fundamental breach of the principle that the Garda should not become involved in politics.

This rule is not an arcane procedural...

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