Shatter apologises to Garda whistleblowers

Justice Minister Alan Shatter has finally apologised to the Garda whistleblowers for wrongly accusing them of not co-operating with the penalty points investigation.

26th March, 2014

Justice Minister Alan Shatter has finally apologised to the Garda whistleblowers for wrongly accusing them of not co-operating with the penalty points investigation.

It has been known for months that Garda Sergeant Maurice McCabe and retired Garda John Wilson had never been contacted by Garda Assistant Commissioner John O'Mahoney during his inquiry into the penalty points issue.

Shatter told the Dail that more should have been done by the Garda investigation to interview the whistleblowers....

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