McGinley went largely unnoticed dressed down in a baseball cap and jacket, but the staff of the South William Street pub put him to work fairly lively.
Thu, 28 May, 2015
Wind energy ‘unstable’ due to how it is generated, John McGinley said.
Wed, 05 Feb, 2014
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Sat, 30 Nov, 2013
According to final tallies in Kildare North, no candidate will be deemed elected on the first count.
Sat, 26 Feb, 2011
THE full impact of the scandals in Donegal on An Garda Síochána emerged yesterday.
Mon, 27 Oct, 2008
THE sixth Morris Report outlines the scale of Garda corruption in the questioning of suspects following the death of cattle dealer Richie Barron, the subsequent lies, and a “wall of silence” faced by investigators.
Thu, 08 May, 2008
Wed, 20 Jun, 2007
A retired detective superintendent today said it would have been logistically impossible for him to listen to bugged conversations in a garda station.
Fri, 11 May, 2007
A retired garda detective superintendent today claimed he had never heard of ’boxing’ - an irreverent garda term to get suspects to tell the truth.
Thu, 10 May, 2007
Senior garda officers continued to interrogate a man wrongly arrested in a murder probe despite medical evidence confirming he was too sick to be detained, an inquiry heard today.
Wed, 07 Feb, 2007
A number of senior gardaí were aware a consultant had warned against the continued interrogation of a Donegal nightclub owner but continued to detain him, the Morris Tribunal heard today.
Fri, 15 Dec, 2006
A garda superintendent was unaware a doctor had warned against interrogating a Donegal publican until after he had spent almost two hours questioning him, the Morris Tribunal heard today.
Thu, 07 Dec, 2006
A NIGHTCLUB owner wrongly arrested in a botched murder investigation in Donegal yesterday claimed he was a millionaire until he battled to clear his family name.
Sat, 02 Dec, 2006
A nightclub boss wrongly arrested in a botched murder investigation in Donegal today claimed he was a millionaire until he battled to clear his family name.
Fri, 01 Dec, 2006
TWO senior garda officers asked a publican under interrogation during a murder probe to sign a blank sheet of paper, it was claimed yesterday.
Wed, 22 Nov, 2006
A publican wrongly arrested during a botched murder inquiry today claimed he was unable to visit his mother’s grave because of the shame gardaí had brought on his family.
Mon, 20 Nov, 2006
A RETIRED detective superintendent yesterday branded as ridiculous the suggestion a false statement had been used as a catalyst in the hope of getting a man to confess to murder.
Sat, 18 Nov, 2006
A retired detective superintendent today branded as ridiculous the suggestion a "phoney statement" had been used as a catalyst in the hope of getting a man to confess to murder.
Fri, 17 Nov, 2006
A retired detective superintendent today revealed he had made a joke about a murder suspect confessing all to him hours before a false confession turned up on his behalf.
Thu, 16 Nov, 2006
THERE was no sinister motive behind the disappearance of interview notes during a botched murder investigation in Donegal, it was claimed yesterday.
Wed, 08 Nov, 2006
There was no sinister motive behind the disappearance of interview notes during a botched murder investigation in Donegal, it was claimed today.
Tue, 07 Nov, 2006
A RETIRED senior garda yesterday denied intimidating and assaulting a murder suspect in Donegal.
A retired senior garda today denied intimidating and assaulting a murder suspect in Donegal.
Mon, 06 Nov, 2006
Senior gardaí fabricated a suspect’s confession to a murder that never happened, it was alleged today.
Mon, 09 Oct, 2006
A man treated as a suspect over the death of Donegal cattle dealer Richie Barron has agreed to appear before the Morris Tribunal to give evidence, it was confirmed today.
Thu, 28 Sep, 2006
A garda broke down today revealing she was threatened after discovering an officer’s interview notes were forged and altered on the original record during a murder probe.
Wed, 27 Sep, 2006
A Garda sergeant today confessed to his role in forging police files of a murder case.
Fri, 22 Sep, 2006
A garda detective today admitted he altered interview notes from a murder inquiry after separate approaches from a senior officer and a colleague.
Tue, 19 Sep, 2006
A FORMER detective superintendent yesterday dismissed as outrageous claims he had told a garda to flash post-mortem pictures at a woman during an aggressive interview designed to break her down.
Wed, 12 Apr, 2006
A FORMER superintendent denied at the Morris Tribunal that gardaí had ever been encouraged to step outside the rules by using aggressive interview techniques to break people down in custody.
Tue, 11 Apr, 2006
A former superintendent today denied gardaí had ever been encouraged to step outside the rules by using aggressive interview techniques to break people down in custody.
Mon, 10 Apr, 2006
A once highly regarded detective garda has admitted systematically and severely abusing two innocent sisters as they were interrogated over the death of Donegal cattle dealer Richie Barron, it emerged today.
Mon, 27 Mar, 2006
A retired detective superintendent, who was criticised in a Morris Tribunal report, today said another officer was engaged in a conspiracy to discredit him over the Silver Bullet affair.
Fri, 07 Oct, 2005
GARDA Commissioner Noel Conroy yesterday said he could not stop senior gardaí strongly criticised in Morris Tribunal reports from retiring.
Sat, 18 Jun, 2005
The new Garda Síochána Bill should be put on ice and debated further in the light of the Morris Tribunal’s findings, the Seanad heard today.
Tue, 14 Jun, 2005
FRANK MCBREARTY junior yesterday said he had not received any offers of compensation from the State in respect of attempts to frame him for a murder that never happened.
Mon, 13 Jun, 2005
WHAT a sorry excuse for acknowledgement of such a gross injustice to the McBrearty family was uttered by our Justice Minister, Michael McDowell.
Fri, 10 Jun, 2005
TAXPAYERS face a damages and costs bill of at least €15 million in connection with the McBrearty scandal after Justice Minister Michael McDowell admitted the State was to blame for the persecution of the family.
Thu, 09 Jun, 2005
Justice Minister Michael McDowell was today branded a bully-boy by the Opposition despite promising a Government apology to families framed by corrupt gardaí in Co Donegal.
Wed, 08 Jun, 2005
A man framed for a murder that never was today dismissed Justice Minister Michael McDowell’s decision not to contest his High Court action for harassment by Co Donegal gardaí.
Two senior gardaí at the centre of the Morris Tribunal are to retire next month.
The two senior serving gardaí criticised by the Morris Tribunal this week are reportedly entitled to take early retirement on full pensions.
Fri, 03 Jun, 2005
Caroline O’Doherty, John Breslin and Cormac O’Keeffe
Thu, 02 Jun, 2005
INDEPENDENT TD Catherine Murphy yesterday accused Fianna Fáil and Labour of insulting her mandate by ignoring her recommendations to fill the vacancies caused in Co Kildare as a result of her recent election to the Dáil.
Thu, 07 Apr, 2005
A DISGRACED former garda superintendent warned senior officers that extortionate phone calls made from a colleague’s home would haunt the force, it was claimed yesterday.
Tue, 08 Mar, 2005
A garda superintendent was involved in an elaborate plot to use statements to bring trouble on a fellow officer, it was claimed at the Morris Tribunal today.
Tue, 15 Feb, 2005
The former head of the Donegal garda division said he was “sceptical” that an unreliable informer had been tortured by the IRA, the Morris Tribunal heard today.
Tue, 11 Jan, 2005
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