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Mr Justice Nial Fennelly. Picture: Collins Courts

Mr Justice Nial Fennelly. Picture: Collins Courts

Mr Justice Nial Fennelly. Picture: Collins Courts

We have been getting the runaround for a while now as to the truth of what really happened in our garda stations over the decades, in Garda Headquarters in recent years and in the Justice Department over the past few weeks. Nobody in authority has given us sufficient information to see the whole picture – not Enda Kenny nor Alan Shatter nor Martin Callinan nor the Attorney General, Maire Whelan.

But now at last there is a chance we will get to the heart of the matter. That chance exists because of the terms of reference for Mr Justice Nial Fennelly's Commission of Inquiry. These terms show it to be essentially a Commission of Inquiry into how the gardai investigated the murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier, with a few nodules (or modules, as the legal trade would have it) attached.


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