The Sunday Tribune staff is to be congratulated for their hard work and determination in ridding Ireland of at least one of the wasters that rule from on high.
The same cannot be said for the so called civil servants involved in the scandal. In a strategy that is becoming ever more common civil servants demanded an exorbitant sum of money for an FOI in an obvious attempt to suppress information that might be damaging to a politician.
There can be no doubt that this was a deliberate and dishonest action on the part of the civil servants as we now know the information was readily available.
These civil servants were not serving the people of Ireland; they were cravingly and knowingly serving the interests of their greedy and arrogant political master.
They also should be brought to account.
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More importantly, the civil servants who booked his travel, signed the cheques, and in many cases shared in the largesse need to be aprehended. Theyre clearly unsuitable and should be fired or demoted. The should then be hounded for the bik they owe us. Its sickening that theyre getting away with it.
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