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Report into Lyons confession further undermines Garda

Striking similarities have emerged between the latest Morris Tribunal reports and the report on the Dean Lyons case published last Friday, including the credibility of key people interviewed by gardai and shortcomings in the preservation of evidence.

2nd September, 2006

Striking similarities have emerged between the latest Morris Tribunal reports and the report on the Dean Lyons case published last Friday, including the credibility of key people interviewed by gardai and shortcomings in the preservation of evidence.

The Morris reports were published a fortnight ago and examined the actions of corrupt gardai in Donegal in the 1990s, while the Lyons report examined wrongful charges made against a 24-year-old heroin addict on a double murder in...

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