Saturday July 11, 2020

Shatter wants to know how much Guerin was paid

Former justice minister Alan Shatter has been using the Freedom of Information Act to try to find out how much barrister Sean Guerin was paid for a report that was critical of Shatter’s handling of allegations made by Garda whistleblower Maurice McCa

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

14th March, 2015

The report’s release led to Shatter handing in his resignation last May.

Guerin is currently acting as the senior counsel for the prosecution in the trial of architect Graham Dwyer, who is accused of the murder of Elaine O’Hara.

The Gallagher/Shatter law firm sent a Freedom of Information request on his behalf last December to Taoiseach Enda Kenny’s department.

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