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Garda inquiry branded ‘myopic’ and ‘absurd’

Lawyers for whistleblower have written to justice minister

16th October, 2016
Garda Nick Keogh Pic: Barry Cronin

The decision to limit the scope of an inquiry into claims of malpractice and bullying in An Garda Síochána is “absurd, perverse and irrational”, according to lawyers for a garda whistleblower.

A solicitor for garda Nick Keogh has written to Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald complaining about the “cursory, partial and biased” focus of the six-week investigation into the latest controversy to hit the force.

The inquiry,...

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