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 Post subject: Re: Eviction turns to violence in Strokestown Co. Roscommon
PostPosted: Tue Jan 01, 2019 11:12 am 
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We're talking about 31 BILLION here. Not bad debt write offs in the rates department of a county council. I don't think there is external audit of IBRC btw.

There are plenty of ways that transparency could have been injected into the process. Very little of what went on post 2008 there could be described as "that's banking". If you set up an ideas thread here you'd get 10 good legal ideas. The only reasonable conclusion as to why there was no transparency designed into this is that transparency wasn't wanted.


I was quite clearly talking about the resolution of IBRC since 2013, which has only meant revenue for the state, not expenditure.


IIRC the relevant law gives all power to and oversight for solely to the Minister of Finance. No board. No Dáil committee. No details. Little transparency. If, considering that, you want to praise the resolution process you're either naive or a cheerleader.


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 Post subject: Re: Eviction turns to violence in Strokestown Co. Roscommon
PostPosted: Sat Jan 12, 2019 10:36 pm 
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Man charged with violent disorder over incident at farm in Strokestown
https://www.rte.ie/news/courts/2019/011 ... roscommon/
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A man has appeared in court charged with violent disorder at a house near Strokestown in Co Roscommon before Christmas where an eviction had taken place following a High Court order.

PJ Sweeney, aged 54, with an address at Ramelton, Co Donegal, was arrested at Castlerea Garda Station this afternoon and charged with violent disorder at Falsk, Strokestown, on Sunday 16 December 2018.


He's no stranger to banking troubles, if this is the same PJ Sweeney of Ramelton
http://www.highlandradio.com/2016/09/01 ... -no-money/
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A stand off between a property owner, his supporters and bank bailiffs led to the shore road in Ramelton being closed today.
The commercial and residential building is owned by PJ Sweeney. He was alerted this morning to people trying gain access to the property and change the locks.
They were bailiffs from a bank trying to take control of the property.
A stand off between the men, PJ Sweeney and his supportes ensued with a large number of gardai in attendance.
Mr Sweeney claims he doesn’t owe any money on the property and the men effectively tried to break in illegally.


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 Post subject: Re: Eviction turns to violence in Strokestown Co. Roscommon
PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2019 9:33 am 
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We're talking about 31 BILLION here. Not bad debt write offs in the rates department of a county council. I don't think there is external audit of IBRC btw.

Which of the big 5 would you like to piss your money at to get a report that says "it's all grand, they're lovely fellows running NAMA"?

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