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There will be surely some unease in the Dail over the coming weeks after Independents4Change TD Mick Wallace launched a website seeking “to uncover possible injustice and malpractice related to Nama”.

Mr Wallace who has made a number of allegations against the agency has said he is determined to make all wrong doings public information after he claimed there are at least 40 sources willing to do so.

The Independent TD said his website is a secure and anonymous whistle blowing platform. Mr Wallace is advising people who want to leak any vital information to do so by using a public WiFi network.

Mr Wallace said: “Take your personal computer and go to a network that isn’t associated with you or your employer, such as at a coffee shop. Ideally you should go to one that you don’t already frequent.”

“Leave your phone at home, and buy your coffee with cash. Choose a coffee shop without security cameras, or a spot within the shop where cameras aren’t recording. Be aware of your surroundings, turn your screen away from curious neighbours.”

He added: “It is unfortunate that our Government does not want Nama to be accountable to the people of Ireland.

“Much information has already come to our attention, which highlights serious problems in relation to how Nama has operated – there is little doubt but that the best interests of the people of Ireland have not always been served by this State organisation.

“Despite the fact that many worrying issues regarding Nama have been brought to the attention of the Government and the Opposition, on the floor of the Dáil, there remains, a stubborn reluctance to hold Nama to account, or properly address the serious concerns through a Commission of Investigation.”

The often outspoken TD claimed the new website “ will do what Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil and Labour do not want to do, that is, hold Nama to account in the interests of the people of Ireland”.

H/T: Irish Times

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