DANIEL MCCONNELL: Murphy’s law: One rule for me, one for you

TD Paul Murphy, having had a fair trial, unfairly sought to ‘convict’ three members of an Garda Síochána in the ‘court of public opinion’, in the Dáil, where the officers concerned had no opportunity to respond, says Daniel McConnell

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