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Alleged use of tracking devices on cars of Irish prison officers to be probed by Inspector of Prisons
Revelations that officers’ vehicles had been bugged were published today in the Irish Examiner.
Sinn Féin calls for Justice Minister to answer questions about alleged political phone tapping
The Sunday Independent’s Niall O’Connor exclusively reported yesterday that a politician’s election activist had their phone bugged.
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This girl found actual bugs living in her make-up sponge and it was terrifying
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Tiger Woods is getting his excuses in early ahead of the PGA Championship
The bugs are, erm, bugging Woods in Wisconsin.
# cooke report
Here's what Alan Shatter has to say about the GSOC 'bugging' report
The former Minister for Justice said that retired Judge Cooke’s dealing with the matters in the report was in the public interest.
# Gardagate
New questions over what gardaí did in Sophie Toscan du Plantier murder case
Reports suggest that at least one key witnesses in the murder case was recorded while on the phone to gardaí in Cork.
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Here's what Enda Kenny and 6 ministers said about security sweeps at their offices
Some were more forthcoming than others…
Adams contacted by man claiming to be convicted drug dealer Kieran Boylan
The Sinn Féin president said the man took issue with comments he made in a radio interview linking bugging at the GSOC offices to the ombudsman’s inquiry into garda collusion with Boylan.
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Suggestion gardaí involved in GSOC surveillance was 'baseless innuendo'
Shatter told the Dáil today that there was no definitive evidence of either electronic or technical surveillance at the headquarters of the ombudsman.