London Metropolitan Police operating in Dublin?



Civic_critic2

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As predicted, pulling us into an imperial slaughter in the name of 'security'. An utterly degenerate leadership.
 

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Sure. It's cross border cooperation. It's the sort of thing countries should do. How do we expect to stop international criminality without international police cooperation?

If Irish police identified someone in the U.K who's alleged to have committed a crime that affects Ireland, why wouldn't they work in conjunction with us? Have a Garda present for the arrest to provide guidance? Or an Italian or Latvian police agent if appropriate?

The word "operate" either deliberately or accidentally implies that they're doing it off their own bat which they're clearly not.
 

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if say, Norway and Sweden were helping each other than nobody would pass comment. Likewise with Spain and Portugal.

It only gets edgy with us and da Brits cos of our troubled history. With international baddies you need international policing. Otherwise chaos reigns.
 

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if say, Norway and Sweden were helping each other than nobody would pass comment. Likewise with Spain and Portugal.

It only gets edgy with us and da Brits cos of our troubled history. With international baddies you need international policing. Otherwise chaos reigns.
No....it would get very edgy in many countries.
 

Civic_critic2

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if say, Norway and Sweden were helping each other than nobody would pass comment. Likewise with Spain and Portugal.

It only gets edgy with us and da Brits cos of our troubled history. With international baddies you need international policing. Otherwise chaos reigns.
Actually it's edgy because the people you are co-operating with have participated in slaughtering 1.5 million people in the middle east and north africa in the last 15 years. We want nothing to do with their murder or their subsequent 'security' concerns.
 

Hunter-Gatherer

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i do not want a drunk driver, paedo, murderer, or bank robber from the UK being able to walk/drive the streets of ireland with impunity.

will you temporarily suspend your Shinner brit-hating diatribe.
 

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i do not want a drunk driver, paedo, murderer, or bank robber from the UK being able to walk/drive the streets of ireland with impunity.

will you temporarily suspend your Shinner brit-hating diatribe.
And we need them here, publically, to prevent that?

You can have concerns about this without being a provo
 

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I imagine the Met were supplying the language skills that the guards don't have.
 

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Sure didn't the Met send in an undercover cop to the Shell to Sea group to teach them how to throw stones at the Gardai - at the request of the gardai.
 

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So they went eeenie meeenie mo, let's not go to the translation service or university we normally use and pick the Met?
Jesus wept. No, the article makes clear it was linked to the English led investigation.

"Hi we've got evidence a bloke in your country's been making passports for guys who want to murder civilians. Do you want a hand picking him up?"

"Nah we're good. We don't need your help. We don't need your expertise, or your evidence of international ties the suspect has, or your appearance at arraignment to testify. Begone foul Brit".
 

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According to the Indo "Gardaí from the Special Detective Unit (SDU) in conjunction with the London Metropolitan Police searched a number of properties in the Dublin area today.@

Gardaí investigating Islamic terrorism arrest man over production of bogus IDs - Independent.ie

Is this normal?

https://www.thesun.ie/news/811905/gardai-plan-to-smash-irish-crime-gangs-abroad-by-sending-officers-to-three-continents-and-christy-kinahan-is-in-their-sights/

As normal as Gardai being in London, Madrid and Paris. We are all currently in the EU it would be a bit dumb if our various police forces didn't co-operate and allowed international crime gangs of whatever hue to use borders to hamper investigations.
 


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