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General discussion / Re: Manchester Arena
« on: Today at 01:30:38 PM »
A truly shocking incident. The poison that enters people's brainwashed minds is impossible to comprehend.

The link back to atrocities perpetrated in the name of Irish Republicanism are entirely apt. The people of Manchester are making the link themselves.

The people killed by the IRA are no less dead. The tragedy is no less real. The perpetrators are no less mentally deranged.

If you can show me where the IRA sent a suicide bomber into a building packed with children without warning and with the express intention of killing as many of them as possible then I'll agree.  Otherwise, you are talking bollocks and trying to use this tragedy to further an anti-republican agenda.  If you can't see the blindingly obvious differences between these attacks then I'd suggest it is you who is a little mentally deranged.

So if they had been riddled in a bus or in a bus going through Manchester on the day of a provo bomb they would be less dead, less mourned or their killing more justified?

Yes.  Because that's what I said.  ::)  Could you tell me how many people the IRA murdered in the Manchester bombing?

With all due respect, can you please take your straw men and your agendas and fcuk off elsewhere.

Oh dear. Obviously hit a nerve

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Hurling Discussion / Re: Hurling Championship 2017
« on: Today at 12:37:49 PM »
There are good sound hurling people in both Offaly and Westmeath who would have no time for that type of shite. Neither county has a big population and is fairly evenly split between football and hurling. Its amazing that Offaly achieved what they did in the 80s and 90s. I recall one game where they were down 9 points against Kilkenny, came back to draw and won the replay by 9

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If you want the best prosecution lawyer who can prepare a case that will nail someone then you must be prepared to pay them top fees. You wont get that on the average industrial wage. That applies to every profession. This country begrudges anyone who makes good money and as a result you get tuppence halpenny performances. You can bet Seanies legal team were on good fees and bonuses.

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General discussion / Re: Manchester Arena
« on: Today at 09:43:50 AM »
A truly shocking incident. The poison that enters people's brainwashed minds is impossible to comprehend.

The link back to atrocities perpetrated in the name of Irish Republicanism are entirely apt. The people of Manchester are making the link themselves.

The people killed by the IRA are no less dead. The tragedy is no less real. The perpetrators are no less mentally deranged.

If you can show me where the IRA sent a suicide bomber into a building packed with children without warning and with the express intention of killing as many of them as possible then I'll agree.  Otherwise, you are talking bollocks and trying to use this tragedy to further an anti-republican agenda.  If you can't see the blindingly obvious differences between these attacks then I'd suggest it is you who is a little mentally deranged.
"anti republican agenda" Since when were the Provos Republican?

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General discussion / Re: Manchester Arena
« on: May 23, 2017, 09:08:24 PM »
Omagh!!!!!
The Murder Gang apologists on here reckon that Omagh was another great blow for Irish freedom like Birmingham and Warrington

If only all the Irish had rolled over like the Pale.

You might want to reconsider that post. It reads as if you're saying Omagh, Birminghan and Warrington were heroic acts of resistance. I'm sure that's not what you mean.
Orion is permanently confused. I wouldnt send him to the shop for bananas

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A huge victory for white collar corruption and the political classes today.

Hard to believe that Fitzpatrick and people of his ilk have got away scot free for playing Russian Roulette with taxpayers money, but strangely not surprising either.

But you go to jail for doing the double.

Leo is the man to clamp down on the scourge of welfare fraud

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General discussion / Re: Manchester Arena
« on: May 23, 2017, 05:43:26 PM »
Omagh!!!!!
The Murder Gang apologists on here reckon that Omagh was another great blow for Irish freedom like Birmingham and Warrington

If only all the Irish had rolled over like the Pale.
G.S.

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I presume the thing wasn't proved beyond reasonable doubt??

Didn't even get to a jury decision

AFTER THE LONGEST-running criminal trial in the history of the State, Seán Fitzpatrick has been acquitted of all charges.
This morning – the 126th day of proceedings – presiding judge John Aylmer said he will direct the jury to acquit the 68-year-old on all counts.
His ruling came after lengthy submissions from the defence arguing that the case should not go before the jury because of flaws in the investigation process and in the prosecution case.
Lawyers for the Director of Public Prosecution argued that the trial should continue and should be decided by the jury.
Judge Aylmer said that after considering the arguments from both sides he had decided that in the interests of the accused’s constitutional right to a fair trial he would direct the jury to find the former banking executive not guilty.

The former chairman of Anglo Irish Bank was on trial in relation to an alleged failure to disclose the extent of loans to the bank’s auditors. He had pleaded not guilty to all charges.
The jury will be told tomorrow that all charges have been dropped and will be dismissed.
Judge Aylmer said that the investigation, carried out by the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE), fell short of an unbiased, impartial, balanced investigation that an accused is entitled to.
He said the investigation failed to seek out evidence as to the innocence as well as the guilt of the accused.
He said the most fundamental error was the manner in which the ODCE set about taking statements from witnesses. He said this involved coaching of witnesses, contamination of their statements from third parties such as solicitors for the auditors and cross-contamination of their statements between other witnesses.
Judge Aylmer also pointed to the extraordinary circumstances in which the ODCE lead investigator, Kevin O’Connell had admitted destroyed potentially relevant documentary evidence. This happened during legal argument in the first trial in May 2015 and emerged during that process.
That trial was then stopped and the retrial of FitzPatrick began last September. It was scheduled to last three months but quickly became bogged down in weeks of legal argument in the absence of the jury.
They claimed that two key witnesses from Ernst&Young, Anglo’s former auditors, were coached by investigators.
They also argued that the statements by these witnesses were put together by the investigators as well as by lawyers for Ernst&Young. Finally they said that entire sections from one statement ended up in the other statement.
The prosecution had alleged that FitzPatrick of Whitshed Road, Greystones, Co Wicklow had failed to disclose to the bank’s auditor Ernst and Young the details of director’s loans he received from Anglo between November 2002 and February 2008.
He pleaded not guilty to 27 offences under the 1990 Companies Act. These include 22 charges of making a misleading, false or deceptive statement to auditors and five charges of furnishing false information in the years 2002 to 2007. The DPP had dropped some of these charges in the last four weeks.
The prosecution came on foot of an investigation by the ODCE that began shortly after the full size of FitzPatrick’s personal loans emerged in December 2008. Between 2005 and 2007 the loans from the bank linked to the chairman had quadrupled to around €122 million.
The revelations led to FitzPatrick resigning as chairman.


And what will the consequences within EY, ODCE and DPP be of this - SFA >:(

Promotions and bonuses once they get one Patsy to retire early on health grounds with a suitable pension and lump sum

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General discussion / Re: Manchester Arena
« on: May 23, 2017, 05:08:18 PM »
Omagh!!!!!
The Murder Gang apologists on here reckon that Omagh was another great blow for Irish freedom like Birmingham and Warrington

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General discussion / Re: UK General Election 2017
« on: May 23, 2017, 02:17:14 PM »
Don't give him attention.  Uneducated fool..........well done
A few more of Corbyn fools dreaming of the Socialist utopia that can't hack the truth

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General discussion / Re: UK General Election 2017
« on: May 23, 2017, 01:30:03 PM »
May is doing her best to try and lose this election. Seeing her performance on TV with Neill earlier, it's no surprise that she has been kept hidden away. Forced into another U turn on the dementia, it lends yet more credence to the opinion that she is simply making it up as she goes along.

Neill wiped the floor with her that was f**king brilliant. Another two weeks of this as long as Corbyn doesn't do anything stupid and the gap will become worrisome!!

"As long as Corbyn doesnt do anything stupid"
He's probably busy preparing his " We must understand and embrace where ISIS is coming from" speech

Mummy gone a left the poor lad alone today again.  Don't give him attention.  Uneducated fool

Wow you really have done well with your remedial reading classes

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General discussion / Re: Manchester Arena
« on: May 23, 2017, 12:15:01 PM »
Ordinary people out doing their ordinary life events be it shopping, going for a drink etc. Birmi gham Warrington Manchester, no difference. Terrorist scum. Suicide bomber no loss.

You're really going to use this to score points? Muppet.

Don't take the bait Offaly this poster is pathetic
Shouldnt you be busy looking for tickets for the Christy Ring final?

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See Seanie has just been acquitted of all 126 charges - The great and the good continue to roll on
Dont worry about Seanie. He will be allright. Mrs Murphy has claimed two extra bale of briquettes on her Winter Fuel Allowance. Leo will make an example of her.

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General discussion / Re: UK General Election 2017
« on: May 23, 2017, 11:54:09 AM »
May is doing her best to try and lose this election. Seeing her performance on TV with Neill earlier, it's no surprise that she has been kept hidden away. Forced into another U turn on the dementia, it lends yet more credence to the opinion that she is simply making it up as she goes along.

Neill wiped the floor with her that was f**king brilliant. Another two weeks of this as long as Corbyn doesn't do anything stupid and the gap will become worrisome!!

"As long as Corbyn doesnt do anything stupid"
He's probably busy preparing his " We must understand and embrace where ISIS is coming from" speech

Did you come up with that yourself . . . hilarious ::) ::)

Thank you. Now go back to the Antiques roadshow

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General discussion / Re: Manchester Arena
« on: May 23, 2017, 11:43:00 AM »
Ordinary people out doing their ordinary life events be it shopping, going for a drink etc. Birmi gham Warrington Manchester, no difference. Terrorist scum. Suicide bomber no loss.

You're really going to use this to score points? Muppet.
The muppets are those that will try to justify any such attacks. GS

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