Saturday September 19, 2020

EXCLUSIVE: New whistleblower heaps pressure on Garda Commissioner

Garda alleges complaints on misconduct were ‘covered up’; O’Sullivan urged to explain O’Higgins inquiry legal strategy

22nd May, 2016

Explosive new claims from a garda whistleblower are to further ramp up the pressure on Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan as the fallout from the O’Higgins report into failures in the force continues this weekend.

In a letter sent last week to Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald, Garda Nicholas Keogh claims management has made every effort to break him “mentally and financially” since he first made allegations of...

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