By John Donovan
We now have official confirmation that the Garda cops accused of brutality towards Corrib Gas Project protestors were working for Shell.
According to an article published today by The Irish Times, Shell has paid the Garda €158,746 for policing in Ireland, mainly arising from the force’s operation guarding the controversial Corrib gas pipeline in Co Mayo.
The article says:
Details of the fees charged by the Garda for what it terms “non-public duty”, carried out by Garda members working overtime, have never been released before.
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