Category Archives: Tribunals

I covered the Morris tribunal since it first began hearing evidence in March 2003 for outlets as diverse as the Donegal Democrat, Ocean FM and Highland Radio to national media including RTE, the Irish Times, Newstalk and the Irish Star. More recently, I’ve been spending time at the Smithwick tribunal.

Agent’s lawyer charges ‘mask slipped’ when Garda spoke of ‘Brits’

Smithwick tribunal A lawyer for a former British agent said the “mask slipped” when a retired garda detective sergeant accused of collusion referred to British authorities as “the Brits” at the Smithwick tribunal. “What you’re doing by blaming the big … Continue reading

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Tribunal a distraction set up by British intelligence says ex-garda

Smithwick tribunal The Smithwick tribunal was set up as a result of British intelligence manoeuvres to distract attention from collusion allegations in Northern Ireland, a former garda detective sergeant has claimed. Owen Corrigan, who was a detective sergeant based in … Continue reading

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