Ivor Callely arrested?

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https://www.thesun.ie/news/2913522/i...dolan-dispute/


Time for Ivor to be brought back before the Court to explain himself, once more, the guy needs locking up, he laughs at the Court.
Surely, surely, there is a judge somewhere in Ireland courageous enough to allege in an open courtroom that Ivor Callely between the ages of 5 and 11 had a 'good name'?

And that this should be taken into cognisance when viewing the cratur before him? Or are Fianna Fail entirely dead and in the grave with O'Leary?
 


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Surely, surely, there is a judge somewhere in Ireland courageous enough to allege in an open courtroom that Ivor Callely between the ages of 5 and 11 had a 'good name'?

And that this should be taken into cognisance when viewing the cratur before him? Or are Fianna Fail entirely dead and in the grave with O'Leary?


DNS FF Mafia must still be working, the guy is on the edge, his family must be keeping well away, no point in going to Cork, cos he never lived there, only for an occasional w-e to play bumpers in a boat with a kimono as attire.
 

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6 months have passed and Ivor has not been back in Court, simply amazing, he would probably have trouble retaining a solicitor now.
 

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Ivor will be so very proud of his son, Oliver, carrying on the family tradition of being annoying, little prlcks.

Thought this lad was fronting his father's various properties, collecting rents that should be going to lenders and acting as a go-between with his parents.

It is concerning that it is reported that he has been in and out of the country several times whilst an arrest warrant was live, surely our Keystones could catch him.
 

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Still. It looks like he is being made to come back and face the music. What goes around comes around ..
 

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Is that the scion of the Callely name that tried to stand as a councillor in Dun Laoghaire or somewhere back in 2011, with a mobile number on the election posters which matched very well with one of the mobiles Dadda had assigned to him when he was in public office?
 

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Is that the scion of the Callely name that tried to stand as a councillor in Dun Laoghaire or somewhere back in 2011, with a mobile number on the election posters which matched very well with one of the mobiles Dadda had assigned to him when he was in public office?
The very same, not sure how many more sprogs are about but we have to be thankful for small mercies, Bertie has no son.
 

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Ivor will be so very proud of his son, Oliver, carrying on the family tradition of being annoying, little prlcks.

Thought this lad was fronting his father's various properties, collecting rents that should be going to lenders and acting as a go-between with his parents.

It is concerning that it is reported that he has been in and out of the country several times whilst an arrest warrant was live, surely our Keystones could catch him.
I have to say I'm dubious about the Sunday Times running that story. To the best of my knowledge Callely Jnr is a private citizen, do the ST put every potential extradition on their front page?
 

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I have to say I'm dubious about the Sunday Times running that story. To the best of my knowledge Callely Jnr is a private citizen, do the ST put every potential extradition on their front page?
It would appear Callely Jnr. got out of Dodge before the Sheriff called around and given who is father is and his despicable behaviour , Jnr always close to Dad and joined in when he could.
 

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About bloody time, this lad should be locked up in an old fashioned debtor prison and left there to rot, he poisons everything that comes near him, typical FF rat and close friend of Ahern.
 

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"The former Fianna Fail minister of state, TD and senator - previously jailed over an expenses scandal – is believed to have been flung from his bike after hitting a tree stump.

It is understood the accident took place in Cork on Sunday before Callely, 61, was later taken to the Mater in Dublin".


Whoever owns the tree stump would be advised to get tooled up legally as Ivor will be after big compo when he gets out.
 

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Feck's sake. Why would a tree-stump accident in Cork end up in the Mater in Dublin. Surely he wasn't pregnant at the time, although anything is possible with Rear-Admiral Callely, I recognise.
 


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