PHOTO CAPTION FROM RECENT IRISH TIMES ARTICLE: Bríd McGarry, a Mayo landowner, and Mary Corduff, wife of jailed farmer Willie Corduff, after five Mayo farmers were jailed in 2005 for refusing to give an undertaking not to obstruct the construction of the Corrib gas pipe line. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times
Printed below is a comment on the Irish Times article received from OSSL, the Irish firm currently the subject of an investigation by the Irish police (the Garda) for alleged harassment of parties who received bribes distributed by OSSL on behalf of their disreputable employer, Irish Shell.
COMMENT FROM IRISH FIRM OSSL WHO HAVE FREELY ADMITTED DISTRIBUTING BRIBES ON BEHALF OF IRISH SHELL.
These Ladies did not get Shells washing machines, televisions, barbecues, cash, school fees, cars, vans, holidays, home makeovers, double glazing, garden centre visits, cobble lock, engines for boats, forest equipment, cookers, garden sheds, alcohol.
HONEST DECENT PEOPLE THAT FEARED FOR THEIR SAFETY GOT NOTHING
HOWEVER the CEO of Shell on The Corrib Gas development hand wrote a note for the Irish courts that it was his wish that the ladies husbands be jailed – and guess what?
Love bombing for some – jail for others. “honesty, integrity and respect for others”