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Garda Siochana

the police service in the Republic of Ireland.
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In 1976 a controversial editorial in the Garda Review asked: "What will it profit the Irish people if, having defeated the IRA we find that the masters of our towns and cities and countryside are a new generation of professional and brutal criminals?" (111)
Sinn Fein TD Mary Lou McDonald asked what form the Garda review by Assistant Commissioner Barry O'Brien was taking.
A POLICE chief from the US has been charged with leading a root-and-branch Garda review.
Mr O'Keeffe, writing in the Garda Review magazine, described the horrific situations in which many families find themselves.
The Garda review found a substantial legacy which must be addressed was the influence former Provos have on dissidents - 70 people were charged from November 1, 2010, with terror offences including IRA membership, firearms and explosives offences, 33 of whom were considered former Provos.
The editorial in the Garda Review goes on to ask, "Should gardai naturally infer that he (Deputy Murphy) does not own a dog capable of biting?" As it has been confirmed antiwater charge protesters have been under Garda surveillance, you'd imagine the cops had done their homework and knew such things...
In an editorial in the latest issue of the Garda Review, the GRA give several reasons why six gardai were dispatched to arrest the TD at his home.
Mary Lou McDonald requested a Garda review on the case be passed on to Tusla, the Child and Family Agency.
Mr Whelan revealed in the February edition of Garda Review magazine: "Three murders, one life sentence and to this day no one can tell us which life he is serving his sentence for.
Writing in the latest issue of the Garda Review, Prof O'Keeffe referred to the murder of 69 people by Anders Breivik in Norway.
Her grieving mother had to recall her torment all over again for a special Garda review team established last year to examine any minute detail that might have been overlooked.
In an editorial in today's Garda Review Mr Stone said the murder of Det Gda Adrian Donohoe was a "seminal moment".