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The inquiry is said to have occurred in 2000, the same year Mairia Cahill was interrogated in a similar manner

The inquiry is said to have occurred in 2000, the same year Mairia Cahill was interrogated in a similar manner

The inquiry is said to have occurred in 2000, the same year Mairia Cahill was interrogated in a similar manner

I like Vincent Browne. I make a point of watching him when I can in the North. He's controversial, and at times forensic, and when he has a politician in his grasp, sometimes I cheer at the TV as they squirm under pressure.

Last week I found myself, for the second time in a month, facing him. Vincent is a formidable interviewer and I was nervous.

I had also been awake since early that morning, going from interview to interview in the wake of the Dail debate. By the time I got to Vincent, I was exhausted. The reason I mention this is I haven't really had time to think and take stock since waiving my right to anonymity. I gauge it at times by other people's reaction. Most of it was positive, though some took issue with the tone of the questions.


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