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Any explicable reason why Judge Martin Nolan isn't under greater scrutiny by media + the state?

  • 25-04-2023 11:44am
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    It's one questionable ruling after the other.

    No justice system is perfect, the Irish system is no exception.

    That being said until recently, we would not have been considered a particularly densely populated state so incompetent policy/bills/legislation and law enforcement almost certainly hasn't received the exposure it deserved.

    That's changing though, population soaring (immigration), dramatic ethnic diversification.

    With all that being said, is someone like Martin Nolan a microcosm of the Irish justice and law enforcement framework integrity, or is there any explicable rationale why he's not receiving greater scrutiny?

    In physics we trust....

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