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    Today's evidence is amazing, and completely unreported. Dunlop's diaries were doctored by Dunlop AFTER he 'broke' in April 2000. References to Owen O'Callaghan were entirely obliterated by Dunlop, but the Tribunal has established that one of these was an entry recording a meeting with Padraig Flynn on October 7th 1992. WHY? Dunlop is covering for O'Callaghan still, and the Tribunal counsel clearly doesn't believe Dunlop's evidence. The Judges intervened to ask why he did that to his diaries and he claimed he couldn't remember. So when will the Judges throw down their pens and say,'Enough is enough!' and send Dunlop to the Four Courts?..

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    And what happened at that meeting with Flynn that all reference of it had to be obliterated?

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    Dunlop's moment is coming but they need to extract as much as possible so that when he goes to the Four Courts he will be on remand because the danger of him absconding must be getting larger and larger.
    The meeting with Flynn would be interesting FF have circled the wagons and we need Mahon to penetrate and stay in the saddle, Albert will do the Brutus act on Bertie the Ides of March are coming.
    How the good judges can listen to Dunlop constantly for another 3 weeks will test their patience but they will justify all the money if they can keep Bertie's folly Govt at bay.

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    Tommy G is a hero and his courage is unreal in the face of these b''t'rds from FF, let's hope his health holds out and he gets to walk on their collective grave.

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    Gilmartin was right about Dunlop from the start, and apparently didn't fall for Dunlop's 'conversion' in 2000. According to the transcripts he rang them and told them not to be fooled. It seems that they agreed.. I can not understand how today's revelations have been deemed un-newsworthy, they are potentially devastating. Flynn's bank lodgements in October 1992 will make interesting reading..

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    Quote Originally Posted by toxic avenger
    Today's evidence is amazing, and completely unreported. Dunlop's diaries were doctored by Dunlop AFTER he 'broke' in April 2000. References to Owen O'Callaghan were entirely obliterated by Dunlop, but the Tribunal has established that one of these was an entry recording a meeting with Padraig Flynn on October 7th 1992. WHY? Dunlop is covering for O'Callaghan still, and the Tribunal counsel clearly doesn't believe Dunlop's evidence. The Judges intervened to ask why he did that to his diaries and he claimed he couldn't remember. So when will the Judges throw down their pens and say,'Enough is enough!' and send Dunlop to the Four Courts?..
    O'Callaghan is paying Dunlop's legal billls. The key issue here - the one that can't be dismissed as a 'dig-out' is Golden Island (a favour was certainly done by Ahern). Mr Gilmartin also claimed Mr O'Callaghan told him the Taoiseach had been given between 25,000 and 30,000 for granting tax designation status for the Golden Island Shopping Centre in Athlone. This was allegedly Ahern's cut of the 150,000 given to Reynolds in the bedroom of O'Callaghan's Cork home.

    Both Mr Ahern and Mr O'Callaghan vehemently deny either receiving or making these payments. If this allegation stands up, Ahern is brown bread.
    Flynn and Reynolds of course have the goods on the Taoiseach.

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    this is all coming together very nicely when the evidence of the 50k into the account with bertie and albert on the FF part of the board...... its only a mater of time folks....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apparatchik
    Quote Originally Posted by toxic avenger
    Today's evidence is amazing, and completely unreported. Dunlop's diaries were doctored by Dunlop AFTER he 'broke' in April 2000. References to Owen O'Callaghan were entirely obliterated by Dunlop, but the Tribunal has established that one of these was an entry recording a meeting with Padraig Flynn on October 7th 1992. WHY? Dunlop is covering for O'Callaghan still, and the Tribunal counsel clearly doesn't believe Dunlop's evidence. The Judges intervened to ask why he did that to his diaries and he claimed he couldn't remember. So when will the Judges throw down their pens and say,'Enough is enough!' and send Dunlop to the Four Courts?..
    O'Callaghan is paying Dunlop's legal billls. The key issue here - the one that can't be dismissed as a 'dig-out' is Golden Island (a favour was certainly done by Ahern). Mr Gilmartin also claimed Mr O'Callaghan told him the Taoiseach had been given between 25,000 and 30,000 for granting tax designation status for the Golden Island Shopping Centre in Athlone. This was allegedly Ahern's cut of the 150,000 given to Reynolds in the bedroom of O'Callaghan's Cork home.

    Both Mr Ahern and Mr O'Callaghan vehemently deny either receiving or making these payments. If this allegation stands up, Ahern is brown bread.
    Flynn and Reynolds of course have the goods on the Taoiseach.

    I think Flynn and Reynolds are up to their own eyes in it, leaving Ahern aside. It was shown today that Ahern's secretary rang to find out what rooms Dunlop and O'Callaghan were staying in at the Great Southern in Killarney in late 1992 when they were at some FF fundraiser attended by O'Callaghan, Dunlop, Reynolds and Ahern. Why? And why on earth did Dunlop try to do something so desperate as obliterate an entry in a diary for a meeting between O'Callaghan and Flynn when the Tribunal had the means to prove that he did it? It's stunning evidence and not a word is mentioned anywhere..

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    Quote Originally Posted by markmchugh
    this is all coming together very nicely when the evidence of the 50k into the account with bertie and albert on the FF part of the board...... its only a mater of time folks....
    Yes, Gilmartin gave Flynn 50,000, but thought he was making a donation to Fianna Fail, even when Flynn told him to leave the payee section blank on the cheque....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apparatchik
    O'Callaghan is paying Dunlop's legal billls. The key issue here - the one that can't be dismissed as a 'dig-out' is Golden Island (a favour was certainly done by Ahern). Mr Gilmartin also claimed Mr O'Callaghan told him the Taoiseach had been given between 25,000 and 30,000 for granting tax designation status for the Golden Island Shopping Centre in Athlone. This was allegedly Ahern's cut of the 150,000 given to Reynolds in the bedroom of O'Callaghan's Cork home.

    Both Mr Ahern and Mr O'Callaghan vehemently deny either receiving or making these payments. If this allegation stands up, Ahern is brown bread.
    Flynn and Reynolds of course have the goods on the Taoiseach.
    Something must explain Ahern's stance regarding Beverly?

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