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    Sounds like some right thickos behind this theft which makes me even more suspicious of Fianna Fail connections.

    They've been lazy minded and unchallenged for so long they can't even be described as remotely intelligent.
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    I've seen cleaners robbing laptops. One guy robbed like 10 laptops in one building, but that was over 2 months. This is in recent times when some people don't want to put up with feeling the pinch.

    Is it possible that a group of people who would have the ability to surveil the building and know the movements of people, the location of hardware, just simply took the opportunity? IT guys rob as well.....

    Just putting it out there....
    Nothing to see here

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    Three men wearing covering over their faces and forcing their way in with tools they knew they'd need to separate the laptops from the desks? All the laptops found together in an attic of a house on a ghost estate?

    Opportunist laptop thieves try to get entry to offices either through maintenance or cleaning contractor routes or try to blag their way in past reception pretending they have some function there and hope to get away before being challenged.

    Also these thieves went for particular desks it appears to me which is obviously informing the Garda statement about 'inside information'. It does appear that the thefts were aimed at an investigatory department as well ... wonder whether they had to go to a floor in the building?

    Opportunists would be more likely to stay at ground floor level where they could have a chance of getting away quickly.

    Smells of a disastrous notion by somebody that stealing laptops could disrupt an investigation.

    Wonder if the house in which the laptops were found shows any sign of forced entry? Or whether it had ever been occupied? If the answer to those questions is 'no' then I'd be enquiring along the lines of whoever had keys to an unsold house on a ghost housing estate and whether any names there were the same as names in the investigation to which the Revenue staff whose laptops were stolen were looking at.

    Also somebody has to be talking because otherwise where would the Gardai have got the information to check the attic of a particular house on a ghost housing estate?

    Stinks all the way through. There's no-one very intelligent behind it either.
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    The Revenue laptops have turned up:
    [The computers were found last weekend in an abandoned house in a ghost estate in Tyrellstown, west Dublin, following a tip-off to gardai.
    Gardai say the burglars were unable to access the information contained on the laptops because the information was encrypted. The machines are still being examined by technical experts.
    Note we are being told that suspects include the IRA, criminal gangs from West Dublin and a Traveller gang who stole the machines to sell on the black market.
    I suppose the same set of suspects is being investigated regarding the burglary at Mike Anysley's house
    Not to worry of course because the data was encrypted.
    Case closed.
    Next please

    http://www.independent.ie/national-n...e-2538075.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaddyJoe McGillycuddy View Post
    The Revenue laptops have turned up:
    Note we are being told that suspects include the IRA, criminal gangs from West Dublin and a Traveller gang who stole the machines to sell on the black market.
    I suppose the same set of suspects is being investigated regarding the burglary at Mike Anysley's house
    Not to worry of course because the data was encrypted.
    Case closed.
    Next please

    http://www.independent.ie/national-n...e-2538075.html
    Round up ze usual suspects...

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    I mean come on.
    The whole thing stinks to high heaven.
    The laptops were breached, the pertinant files were located and decrypted. The parties concerned are now appraised of the Revenue investigation and its progress; and can prepare an informed counter strategy.
    Jesus, c'mon let's call a spade a spade.

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    Whoopsie ... this is very interesting ...

    Mike Aynsley's data theft and the Revenue raid mentioned. Looks more and more like an inside job all right..

    http://info-wars.org/2011/02/12/reve...sh-bank-heist/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Con O'Sullivan View Post
    Whoopsie ... this is very interesting ...

    Mike Aynsley's data theft and the Revenue raid mentioned. Looks more and more like an inside job all right..

    http://info-wars.org/2011/02/12/reve...sh-bank-heist/
    Whether the Hooded Gang knew or merely suspected that Aynsley’s data devices (other than his laptop) held valuable information is unknown: but they certainly showed a lot more inside knowledge about the new Anglo Irish boss and the contents of his residence than would be expected from run-of-the-mill Glenageary burglars. After breaking through a back door panel, they evaded state-of-the-art infra-red wireless alarm beams, closed circuit TV (which had secret pin-hole cameras, as well as obvious wall-mounted CCTV cameras inside and out), electronic locks and panic button switches – the best security Anglo Irish could buy – to get to the data storage devices they wanted. The only trace left was pictures of the three who came inside – all wearing hoodie tops and masks.
    Well finally us Irish have shown we do some things professionally.

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    No chance of seeing this on Crimecall, though. For whatever reason, Garda HQ are playing down the break-in – even though theft of secret information from a bank at the centre of an international investigation involving nearly 100 detectives, forensic accounting officials and telephone number amounts of money must be the crime of the year.
    Nothing to see here sheeple, move along now...

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    Happy and innocent days.

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    It is a lot cruder than hacking, and more dangerous for the perpetrator.
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    Six years' on and still no clear explanation of what exactly happened here.
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