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Shell whistleblower OSSL challenges Irish police officers to take lie-detector test

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By John Donovan

OSSL, the company that admits supplying free alcohol to Irish police on behalf of Shell EP Ireland is challenging senior Irish police officers, who apparently deny receiving the goods said to be worth tens of thousands of Euros, to take lie detector tests. 

The challenge is contained in an email sent earlier today to senior executives of Shell including the Company Secretary of Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Mr Michiel Brandjes.

OSSL directors say that they are prepared to take lie-detector tests themselves with Shell representatives in attendance. 

Shell denies the allegations and says that two internal investigations have found no evidence to support the claims made by OSSL. Two Garda internal investigations and an investigation by the Irish police Ombudsman reached the same conclusion. 

Could a cover-up go that far? 

In fact there is evidence. Thus far it has been either destroyed or discarded. 

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EXTRACT

Gas was originally expected to flow from the field in 2003. The project is now likely to be 12 years behind the original schedule and the outlay will be more than four times the initial estimate of €800m.

1 Comment on “Shell whistleblower OSSL challenges Irish police officers to take lie-detector test”

  1. #1 Jerry Fletcher
    on Aug 3rd, 2014 at 00:37

    John you are watching too much movies. OSSL lied to all and you are still at it. I find it hard to believe that out of hundreds of Guards not one came forward with the story. How do you keep this quiet from the public with not one telling his mates they got pissed on Shell alcohol. Whistleblowers, journalist, public etc.

    From most of the articles it is clear that you have very little sense. Get a life.

    Kind regards

    Jerry

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