O'Higgins Report: A ‘mini-tribunal’ that took a heavy toll

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Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald addresses the media at Government Buildings after the publication of the OHiggins report Picture: Fergal Phillips

The gestation of the O’Higgins report was a gruelling affair which left many participants wondering if they themselves were on trial

When retired High Court judge Kevin O’Higgins was appointed to review alleged garda corruption and poor work practices in Cavan/Monaghan, he took an unusual path.

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