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Update on OSSL Corruption Allegations Against Shell

Screen Shot 2014-06-16 at 17.29.11By John Donovan

A contributor to the Shell Blog has requested an update on the long running OSSL saga. OSSL is the former “Mr Fixit” company working for Shell in Ireland that blew the whistle on alleged corruption surrounding the controversial Corrib Gas Project.

There have been two internal investigations by Royal Dutch Shell and three by the Irish police authorities. All reached the conclusion that there is no evidence to support the OSSL allegations.

In fact, there is evidence but for obvious reasons, neither the police nor Shell want to reveal the truth.

OSSL directors are continuing to bombard Shell, the Garda and other parties with emails every day. That aspect has turned nasty and I completely disassociate myself and this website with the emailing campaign and demands for payment by OSSL from Shell.

My sole interest is in the truth being exposed, as it will be.

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