Thursday May 28, 2020

Avoiding white-collar crime, not investigating it

19th July, 2015

This is how it works in Ireland.

The chief executive of the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) wrote an open letter to the Garda Commissioner requesting that the allegations made by independent TD Mick Wallace be investigated. Nóirín O’Sullivan subsequently ordered the Garda Bureau of Fraud Investigation to begin an inquiry into Wallace’s allegation that a Nama official sought a corrupt payment of €30,000 from a construction firm in order to facilitate the debtor’s exit...

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