Tiger Kidnapper - Bail Consent €10,000

FrankSpeaks

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Tony Quinn from Ballymum who has been charged with handling around €300,000 stolen from Permanent TSB as part of a tiger kidnapping has been given consent to bail of €10,000. This is a joke the guy got caught red handed and yet he is permitted to get bail.

IMHO this scumbag should remain in jail until he is sentenced and he should serve at least 15 year before been considered for parole.
 


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The judge who granted bail should be sacked. What part of 'a tiger kidnapping IS a threat to the public' did he not understand? :mad:
 
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nothing new in crims getting bail, some of the most serious gangsters in dublin are out on bail awaiting trial on serious charges including the people who planned this ''job'' its the norm for gangsters they know they are going down for a stretch say 10 years so they go robbing to build up a nest egg while on bail sure even if they get caught for more robberies they will still only get the 10 years they were expecting anyway.. law is joke so are courts and judges:mad:
 
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Tony Quinn from Ballymum who has been charged with handling around €300,000 stolen from Permanent TSB as part of a tiger kidnapping has been given consent to bail of €10,000. This is a joke the guy got caught red handed and yet he is permitted to get bail.

IMHO this scumbag should remain in jail until he is sentenced and he should serve at least 15 year before been considered for parole.
Most society's would wait for the trial prior to sentence. Did I miss something in Dermot Ahern's bill?
 

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You might note, oh ye barstool Judges, that the Gardai did not object to bail!!
 

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nothing new in crims getting bail, some of the most serious gangsters in dublin are out on bail awaiting trial on serious charges including the people who planned this ''job'' its the norm for gangsters they know they are going down for a stretch say 10 years so they go robbing to build up a nest egg while on bail sure even if they get caught for more robberies they will still only get the 10 years they were expecting anyway.. law is joke so are courts and judges:mad:

This is why our justice system is such a joke.
 

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You might note, oh ye barstool Judges, that the Gardai did not object to bail!!
The Gardai should explain why and if the reason is not good enough the should get the road as well.
 

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You might note, oh ye barstool Judges, that the Gardai did not object to bail!!
Interesting. They must be muppets too.
 
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The judge who granted bail should be sacked. What part of 'a tiger kidnapping IS a threat to the public' did he not understand? :mad:
Shhhhhhhhhh! If Biffo hears about this one he'll ask the judge to go through the motions of an honourable resignation and ensure the judge is better off sacked for incompetence, than continuing to work competently for another 10 years. While Biffo's still hanging on as the Pretender Taoiseach the country can't afford to sack any incompetent or wasteful judges, politicians, regulators or Ceann Comhairle's - only people in the private sector can be sacked without any cost. As long as Biffo's at the helm of the Good Ship Titanic it's cheaper to have dishonoursable incompetent, bent people remain in their staterooms instead of tossing them overboard.
 

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I've just come from this guys case in the Central Criminal Court, I went in to have a nose and stumbled upon it. His barrister made a very convincing argument for a suspended sentence, the judge is making his decision tomorrow at 1pm. Prosecution didn't really put up any sort of case for severity, I expect a far more lenient sentence than was hoped for up-thread.

RTE and TV3 journos there, so should be something on the news later.
 

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So the District Court Judge who granted bail of €10,000 got it right. Shock horror. The purpose of bail is to ensure that an accused person attends his trial and doesn't have to be imprisoned during the time that it takes for his case to reach court. Seems to have worked perfectly in this case.

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