Anglo trial can't proceed until 24 million files are examined - Irish, Business - Independent.ie
The case seems very straightforward to an outsider. There is nithing hidden about what was done, one would assume the trial would really only have to determine if it was legal. Nobody disputes what happened.
So would it really take 6 or 8 years to come to trial in a normal country (as opposed to one with a brilliant legal system that is also incidentally bankrupt).
Never mind all the bull about complexity etc. Why are things supposedly so complicated when it comes to dealing with the rich in court in Ireland.
Is it time fior emergency legislation to review all FF/PD appointments over between 1997 and 2011? Can an establishment appointed by FF/PDs deal with the crisis caused by that government? I mean judges, senior public servants , all of them.
Why are we continuing as if it were business as usual. Why is Labour participating in the farce and actually cheerleading for a return to normalcy when nothing has been addressed let alone fixed.
This state has been raped and the economic rapists are walking free.