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Politicking under the influence

The Moriarty Tribunal’s findings contain key lessons on how Ireland must conduct its business

26th March, 2011

This is not rocket science. At the heart of Michael Lowry and Denis O’Brien’s objections to The Moriarty report is the assertion that the High Court judge, with over four decades of legal experience, ‘‘outrageously abused the tribunal’s ability to form opinions which are not substantiated by evidence or fact’’.

Mr Justice Moriarty did not make a definitive finding of corruption about the decision by...

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