Do you think it's acceptable for a TD to single out one person form a list of hundreds and name that person in the Dail in a way that implies that the individual is guilty of wrongdoing?
Can you see how that could be interpreted as a settling of scores?
I sense the corrosive influence of what is perhaps the most dangerous Christian ideal - Blessed is he who has not seen but yet believes.
Oh of course I don't know for definite but I would tend to believe the whistleblower in this case, given the way that certain things have always been done for certain people in this country. Probably very hard to prove such a thing, given that it is allegedly well connected people who are allegedly on the list.
Wouldn't you tend to believe the whistleblower on this. Like what's your hunch, this isn't a court of law here.
It seems to me that you want to believe the allegations because you dislike the person against whom they are being levelled.
I think it is a safe bet in this case that Devins is really on the list.
Also, I would not condemn the outing of anyone who sits in judgment on others.
A bit late at this stage to cast doubt on the authenticity of the documents. At least three national newspapers have been in possession of them for several days and haven't expressed any reservations about their provenance.