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Taoiseach’s top official quizzed over conflicts in Fennelly evidence

1st March, 2015

The Taoiseach’s most senior civil servant Martin Fraser was recalled for interview by the Fennelly Commission, which is investigating the resignation of the Garda Commissioner last year, to resolve conflicts in the evidence already supplied to the investigation.

The recalling of Fraser suggests that there may be differences in the evidence given by high-ranking officials and the Taoiseach about the events which preceded the shock resignation of commissioner Martin Callinan last March.


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