Gardai Welcome Dismissal Of Allegations Made By Whistleblower
The Gardaí have welcomed a report dismissing all allegations made by whistleblower Keith Harrison and his partner Marisa Simms.
The couple had accused senior Gardaí in Donegal of interfering in their home and family life due to malice against him.
However the Disclosures Tribunal found the claims were "entirely without any validity".
Justice Peter Charleton said the Gardaí and Tusla had done nothing wrong and praised their conduct.
In a statement An Garda Síochána says it will now consider the report's recommendations in relation to disciplinary procedures.
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