If he was under constant surveillance, which one would assume he was (and if not, why not if he was such a senior figure as alleged?) the Garda have big questions to answer.
I also wonder if demanding "protection" money from drug dealers falls under the aegis of "anti drugs activism."
I suspect, however, that the logic here is as mind altering as any of the disputed substances.
Outside of cartoon anti-monarchial posturing, it also looks like that which precedes 'publican' is totally neglected.
All attention being on the grubby proceeds.
A characteristic shared by the more mainstream 'politicals.'
Last edited by Kev Bar; 12-09-2012 at 02:18 PM.
The police said that it is not their job to stop reporters taking photos of victim's bodies.
I suspect if there was a dead cop on the ground they'd have had no problem operating outside their remit.
My brother went to the funeral and was at the cemetery before the funeral party arrived.
He's studying journalism and wanted to...well actually, I don't know what he wanted to do.
Anyway, the cops looked through his phone and were curious as to why he had a book on Saudi Arabia in his bag.
He's young and didn't kick up a fuss.
"This isn't working,
My middle-brow f**ker"
Dirty Old Town.
“Enlightenment must come little by little - otherwise it would overwhelm.” Idries Shah. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Idries_Shah