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    He3 He3 is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob3367 View Post
    Thanks for that, I wasnt sure what the circumstances of the allegation was.

    Surely there is a paper trail that will either prove or disprove these allegations?
    Kerrigan has had no trouble finding one.

    Stunning story. Still only part told.
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    What are ye all complaining about,

    They gave the money back didn't they, what's the problem?

    Sheesh, ye really are a sensitive lot,

    Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm off to rob a bank or two,

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    Quote Originally Posted by He3 View Post
    Kerrigan has had no trouble finding one.

    Stunning story. Still only part told.
    Are these the people who bought the BOI pension company, Lifetime?
    Should the Financial Regulator take a little look under the bonnet to check that things are all above board there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by birthday View Post
    Are these the people who bought the BOI pension company, Lifetime?
    Should the Financial Regulator take a little look under the bonnet to check that things are all above board there?
    No idea.

    On what is out so far, the Guards must play their part. Maybe they need someone to make a complaint. Is that anyone's job? I see no report of the NTMA making a complaint, but maybe I missed it.
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    What message does a Government send by settling for the return of the millions wrongly taken from the public purse?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gene Kerrigan
    If I steal a loaf of bread or nick your wallet I'll face jail or a fine – certainly I'll be dragged into court. If I'm a banker and I "overcharge" you, not to worry – when caught, just pay back the money allegedly defrauded and all's forgiven.

    Here's Michael Noonan, responding to the State Street scandal. "I understand that everything that was misappropriated has been repaid, so that there is no loss to the State, that's my priority".
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    Does anyone know how to crack a safe?
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    Yes, they gave the money back.
    (after they had been found out)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shpake View Post
    Yes, they gave the money back.
    (after they had been found out)
    yep and still "acting" for the country

    Bank in €3.2m fraud case still acting for State - The Irish Times - Fri, Nov 23, 2012
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    Quote Originally Posted by kellboy View Post
    How can this be?
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    Quote Originally Posted by He3 View Post
    How can this be?
    Rather than having a spine, this government (and many before it) have simply tolerated shady practice and white-collar crime.
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