By John Donovan
The Irish Times has tonight reported the sudden resignation of Alan Shatter, the Irish Minister of Justice with whom I have corresponded in relation to OSSL allegations concerning Shell sponsored corruption involving hundreds of Garda officers, including senior officers such as Supt Joe Gannon.
The findings of an investigation – the third by the Irish police authorities, is imminent.
The Garda Commissioner has already resigned in connection with other allegations against Irish cops.
Indeed, both resignations stem from various serious allegations made against the Garda, which seems to have become a cesspit of iniquity.
Fortunately a whistleblower – Sergeant Maurice McCabe – had the courage to step forward.
OSSL directors who have admitted distributing free alcohol to Irish cops at the behest of Shell, will be vocally raising the explosive subject at the forthcoming Royal Dutch Shell Plc AGM.
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Minister for Justice Alan Shatter has resigned, Taoiseach Enda Kenny has told the Dáil this evening.
Mr Kenny said Mr Shatter stepped down as a result of the inquiry by Séan Guerin SC into allegations of Garda malpractice.