CORRUPTION IN IRELAND.
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Present day Ireland is certainly not the land of saints and scholars as some people think. It is corrupt to the core, particularly in the justice system and legal profession. The intention of this site is to reveal the truth about this corruption and abuse in Ireland, particularly corruption and abuse by people in positions of authority and trust in the Garda Siochana (Irish Police), the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, the Courts Service and the Legal Profession including the Judiciary.
Management do not imply or infer that all persons in the above sectors of Irish Law are corrupt or involved in corruption.
We hope this website is a useful resource for people who are experiencing the trauma of organised corruption and abuse against them in their lives and who wish to have the individuals and the events fully exposed in order to attempt to obliterate this endemic rot in Irish Society.
Please submit your story to:
corruptioninireland.com and we will publish your story if you confirm in writing that you wish to have it published on our website. However, it must be noted that the editors' discretion is applicable in all cases.
All comments are moderated, and any profanity, death threats or unsolicited advertising for commercial gain will not be posted. This means that anything you submit will not appear immediately. It must be passed by our moderators first - this may take up to 48 hours. If you have a legal corruption story that you would like to make public, consider having it published on this website.
STATEMENT BY MANAGEMENT:
CII knows from its own extensive legal experience and from the experiences of the LSG in Ireland that the complainants have legitimate grievances. It is quite clear that a website like the CII website needs teeth to be effective and this will always be our fundamental guiding principle. On the other hand, it should also be kept in mind that everybody is free to post a comment on the website or indeed to refute whatever comment about themselves is written. Any "well-founded" objections to comments on the website will be seriously considered. Participants may contact us by submitting their comments in the Contact Us section.
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