Gangland infiltrates An Garda Siochana. “According to Debbie McCann in Mail today, the 61-year old retired superintendent could be in court today.” Below are tweets concerning the activities of this 61 year old retired superintentent, the suspect had 11 mobile phones…£600,000 of cannabis et al. What is shocking is we have yet to learn how this rogue culture has permeated throughout An Garda Siochana. Is there a link to Colm Fox?

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nwl @nwl88444048 · According to Debbie McCann in Mail today, the 61-year old retired superintendent could be in court today. Elsewhere, it’s revealed the suspect had 11 mobile phones and the €600,000 of cannabis was discovered at his property. Quote Tweet

nwl @nwl88444048 · Oct 1 The 61-year old male retired superintendent [who retired before 2016] has had his custody extended by 72 hrs. He is suspected of assisting the Hutch drug trafficking organisation. Hasn’t the public interest tipped privacy for our glorious media to identify the arrested suspect? twitter.com/nwl88444048/st…
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nwl @nwl88444048 · John Mooney today “it is feared could be the worst intelligence breach in the force’s history. Analysis of mobile phones seized as part of the operation suggests that the Hutch gang was regularly supplied with information on garda investigations into murders and drug trafficking” Quote Tweet

nwl @nwl88444048 · Oct 1 Gardai now believe that Gerry Hutch was tipped off by a rogue Garda. Back in April, Garda “sources” were implying there were corrupt leaks at European level. We now have the biggest corruption investigation of An Garda Siochana in the history of the state. About time. twitter.com/nwl88444048/st…
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nwl @nwl88444048 · Is the reason our glorious media are downplaying the raid and suspension of the Dublin sergeant, that, they [the media] are recipients of info which they know was provided unlawfully. Certain journos get touchy on the subject! Quote Tweet

nwl @nwl88444048 · Feb 16 Replying to @VillageMagIRE @IrishTimes and @ConorGallaghe_r This is the same Irish Times [Conor Lally] which claimed, universally, that Gardai couldn’t break the law by disclosing information to journalists. Conor didn’t appreciate being challenged though….


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