Ivor Callely arrested?



stanley

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theyre like small dogs mate theyre forever makin noise till you give them a kick in the hole..... :):):)


Not so sure, little Ivor has had his hole kicked, by many, yet he still comes back for more, even Judges cannot get him to behave and he has been inside at their pleasure, Ivor is immune to it.

Maybe a stretch of 5 years inside and take away his entitlements to Dail pensions or attach repayment orders to them but for sure the punishments have to get heavier.
 
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This case would be the favourite of many, nearly sure the banks took his main properties off him as the planning permission did not happen and the main brains in the transaction died in unfortunate circumstances, his missus got a separate deal on the family home, would not think he is welcome there anymore, has he also not got a son cast in his image and ways.
He sounds like perfect FFianna FFraud candidate material - cut from same cloth as Lawlor, Burke, Haughey etc. Ooops he was that soldier!
 

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Yes!! I was thinking exactly this!!! Is there a thread on this already?

If the suspect was a son of a Sinn Féin TD, his troubles would be all over the news media. Aonghus Ó Snodaigh's son comes to mind.

Is there already a thread for this?
The plot thickens
 

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He was in court again for fairly bizarre reasons: some kind of campaign of harassment against a GP he was renting a surgery to. The GP first thought it was kids, but according to the Indo article here:

[The GP] had a hidden surveillance system installed in the waiting room and between May 3 and June 7 a number of incidents involving Callely were captured.

Callely was seen damaging the carpet and saddle board at the door on the threshold, throwing waste items from a dustpan onto the floor, and using a brush to spread the waste around the floor.

The doctor was in his office with patients at the time and on some occasions, Callely was seen standing directly outside the closed door as the doctor had private conversations inside. Once, he was seen stooping and putting his head next to the door handle.

He was seen tearing pieces of paper and throwing them around the waiting room, ripping magazines that had been left out as reading material for patients. One one recording, Callely removed something from his mouth and threw it on the floor. He was seen rubbing a sweeping brush on the wall and smearing a tea bag on the wall.

Callely also poured dirt from the vacuum cleaner in between pages of magazines.
Got an 8 month sentence (completely suspended), but serving no time seems par for the course for the politically connected. It reminds me of the very recent case of the brother of junior minister Jim Daly who was convicted of illegally selling cigarettes from his shop (no duty paid). The judge reluctantly served him with a €2,500 fine (unfortunately the very minimum she said she could fine him).
 
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He was in court again for fairly bizarre reasons: some kind of campaign of harassment against a GP he was renting a surgery to. The GP first thought it was kids, but according to the Indo article here:



Got an 8 month sentence (completely suspended), but serving no time seems par for the course for the politically connected. It reminds me of the very recent case of the brother of junior minister Jim Daly who was convicted of illegally selling cigarettes from his shop (no duty paid). The judge reluctantly served him with a €2,500 fine (unfortunately the very minimum she said she could fine him).
If he was in front of Martin Nolan he would have been given compensation.
 

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If he was in front of Martin Nolan he would have been given compensation.
Well, I think it was former FG TD Michael Keating who said that if you pay peanuts, you get monkeys. Well, you'd wonder at times about what exactly we do get for those generous TD salaries! ;)
 

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Listening to this on the news ...very bizarre.....

CCTV strikes again though...some of these clowns will never learn.....:D
 

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Well, I think it was former FG TD Michael Keating who said that if you pay peanuts, you get monkeys. Well, you'd wonder at times about what exactly we do get for those generous TD salaries! ;)
The one that was done for a giant VAT fraud by the UK Customs and Excise? That Michael Keating?
 

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He was in court again for fairly bizarre reasons: some kind of campaign of harassment against a GP he was renting a surgery to. The GP first thought it was kids, but according to the Indo article here:



Got an 8 month sentence (completely suspended), but serving no time seems par for the course for the politically connected. It reminds me of the very recent case of the brother of junior minister Jim Daly who was convicted of illegally selling cigarettes from his shop (no duty paid). The judge reluctantly served him with a €2,500 fine (unfortunately the very minimum she said she could fine him).
Bizarre barely covers it.
 


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