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Three gardai are facing trial for perverting the course of justice and burglary




Three gardaí from Dublin have been put on trial for allegedly committing burglaries and perverting the course of justice, reports RTE.

After the Garda Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) looked into the purported actions of a unit in the Dublin area in 2021, one of the officers was charged with a second crime for falsely imprisoning a lady.

Robert Gorman, 43, of North Dublin, is accused of breaking into a basement flat at Mountjoy Square North in Dublin on September 7, 2021, with the aim to steal anything, reports RTE.

In addition, he faces two charges of obstructing the administration of justice by allegedly fabricating three occurrences on the Garda Pulse computer system and thereafter signing documents pertaining to the search warrant.

According to reports, the warrant signing and Pulse computer issues occurred on September 21, 2021, and between September 30 and December 30, 2021.

Police On June 19, an apartment at Kenilworth Road in Dublin 6 was broken into, and Mark Duffy, 39, of Dublin 15, and Garda Sergeant Ciaran Whelan, 51, of Nenagh, County Tipperary, were accused of perverting the course of justice, reports RTE.

Additionally, on September 7, 2021, Sergeant Whelan was charged with two more counts of wrongful detention of a female at St John’s Road West, Dublin 8, and one count of burglary of a flat at Mountjoy.

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