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    Whistleblower lifting the lid on the Ireland banking sector.

    This book has done a great service for my country and it's people. You see in Ireland there is no such thing as white collar crime or it seems that way anyway to the ordinary person on the street. Because it doesn't matter if it's state bodies or privately run banks there never any consequences for anything they do in fact they probably get away with murder. We had a prime minister get caught with his hands in the cookie jar and able to walk away with a big pension and a golden handshake. The list is endless. We're told nothing we (Government) can do because it was in his contact and our media never question it. This book shows that there is consequences and it is in bold print. You break the rules and you're breaking the law. There is no get out of jail clause. But yet 8 years on we still don't have any bankers and regulators in jail. So that saying still hold true "one rule for them and one rule for us".

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