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#41

A soccer manager with 15 previous convictions who was caught with a bag of synthetic cocaine at a Kings of Leon concert has been fined €350.

Fining John Cunningham[/URL], Judge [URL=‘http://www.irishtimes.com/search/search-7.1213540?tag_person=Bridget%20Reilly&article=true’]Bridget Reilly[/URL] noted that [URL=‘http://www.irishtimes.com/search/search-7.1213540?tag_organisation=Fianna%20F%C3%A1il&article=true’]Fianna Fáil county councillor David McGuinness had written a letter to the court on his behalf.

The court heard that Cunningham has 15 previous convictions and wants to apply for a taxi licence.

Cunningham (30), Dromheath Avenue, Mulhuddart, Blanchardstown, admitted to possession of PVP at Marlay Park, Rathfarnham, on July 4th, 2014.

Det Gda Gavin Cooke told Tallaght District Court he had been on undercover duty at a Kings of Leon concert in Marlay Park last July when he observed Cunningham dropping a bag of white powder on the ground.

He said he approached Cunningham who told him that the powder was cocaine. Det Gda Cooke said he later sent the powder for forensic analysis and it turned out to be PVP, otherwise known as pyrrolidinopentiophenone.

Det Gda Cooke said Cunningham has 15 previous convictions.

At the District Court on June 29th, 2007, he had a conviction for possession of drugs. Cunningham also has previous convictions for larceny, a three month sentence for possession of articles, and two previous for possession of drugs.

Cunnigham’s defence lawyer, Gabrielle Dean, said her client had not been in trouble for the last eight years and has applied for a taxi licence. She said Cunningham was not working.

She said Cunningham is a team manager with Blanchardstown United Football Club and produced a letter from David McGuinness


#42

[QUOTE=“ChocolateMice, post: 1073089, member: 168”]A soccer manager with 15 previous convictions who was caught with a bag of synthetic cocaine at a Kings of Leon concert has been fined €350.

Fining John Cunningham[/URL], Judge [URL=‘http://www.irishtimes.com/search/search-7.1213540?tag_person=Bridget%20Reilly&article=true’]Bridget Reilly[/URL] noted that [URL=‘http://www.irishtimes.com/search/search-7.1213540?tag_organisation=Fianna%20F%C3%A1il&article=true’]Fianna Fáil county councillor David McGuinness had written a letter to the court on his behalf.

The court heard that Cunningham has 15 previous convictions and wants to apply for a taxi licence.

Cunningham (30), Dromheath Avenue, Mulhuddart, Blanchardstown, admitted to possession of PVP at Marlay Park, Rathfarnham, on July 4th, 2014.

Det Gda Gavin Cooke told Tallaght District Court he had been on undercover duty at a Kings of Leon concert in Marlay Park last July when he observed Cunningham dropping a bag of white powder on the ground.

He said he approached Cunningham who told him that the powder was cocaine. Det Gda Cooke said he later sent the powder for forensic analysis and it turned out to be PVP, otherwise known as pyrrolidinopentiophenone.

Det Gda Cooke said Cunningham has 15 previous convictions.

At the District Court on June 29th, 2007, he had a conviction for possession of drugs. Cunningham also has previous convictions for larceny, a three month sentence for possession of articles, and two previous for possession of drugs.

Cunnigham’s defence lawyer, Gabrielle Dean, said her client had not been in trouble for the last eight years and has applied for a taxi licence. She said Cunningham was not working.

She said Cunningham is a team manager with Blanchardstown United Football Club and produced a letter from David McGuinness[/QUOTE]
Is PVP any use mate? @glasagusban?


#43

[QUOTE=“myboyblue, post: 1073094, member: 180”]Is PVP any use mate? @glasagusban?[/QUOTE]
You’re thinking pvc, mate- Glas knows all about pvc, not pvp.


#44

[QUOTE=“ChocolateMice, post: 1073097, member: 168”]You’re thinking pvc, mate- Glas knows all about pvc, not pvp.[/QUOTE]
What’s this now?


#45

[QUOTE=“ChocolateMice, post: 1073089, member: 168”]A soccer manager with 15 previous convictions who was caught with a bag of synthetic cocaine at a Kings of Leon concert has been fined €350.

Fining John Cunningham[/URL], Judge [URL=‘http://www.irishtimes.com/search/search-7.1213540?tag_person=Bridget%20Reilly&article=true’]Bridget Reilly[/URL] noted that [URL=‘http://www.irishtimes.com/search/search-7.1213540?tag_organisation=Fianna%20F%C3%A1il&article=true’]Fianna Fáil county councillor David McGuinness had written a letter to the court on his behalf.

The court heard that Cunningham has 15 previous convictions and wants to apply for a taxi licence.

Cunningham (30), Dromheath Avenue, Mulhuddart, Blanchardstown, admitted to possession of PVP at Marlay Park, Rathfarnham, on July 4th, 2014.

Det Gda Gavin Cooke told Tallaght District Court he had been on undercover duty at a Kings of Leon concert in Marlay Park last July when he observed Cunningham dropping a bag of white powder on the ground.

He said he approached Cunningham who told him that the powder was cocaine. Det Gda Cooke said he later sent the powder for forensic analysis and it turned out to be PVP, otherwise known as pyrrolidinopentiophenone.

Det Gda Cooke said Cunningham has 15 previous convictions.

At the District Court on June 29th, 2007, he had a conviction for possession of drugs. Cunningham also has previous convictions for larceny, a three month sentence for possession of articles, and two previous for possession of drugs.

Cunnigham’s defence lawyer, Gabrielle Dean, said her client had not been in trouble for the last eight years and has applied for a taxi licence. She said Cunningham was not working.

She said Cunningham is a team manager with Blanchardstown United Football Club and produced a letter from David McGuinness[/QUOTE]
Fucking hounding a guy because he wanted to kick back and have a good time at a concert. What’s the air like up in that ivory tower of yours, pal.


#46

[QUOTE=“Horsebox, post: 1073105, member: 1537”]Fucking hounding a guy because he wanted to kick back and have a good time at a concert. What’s the air like up in that ivory tower of yours, pal.[/QUOTE]

Unreal without the stench of shit kickers like you, mate.


#47

[SIZE=6][B]Ex-Fianna Fáil councillor admits soliciting to murder charges[/B][/SIZE]
[SIZE=5][B]Gary O’Flynn pleads guilty to trying to have three people killed[/B][/SIZE]

Former Fianna Fáil councillor Gary O’Flynn: has pleaded guilty to three separate charges of soliciting an undercover garda to kill. File Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Barry Roche
A 39-year-old former Fianna Fáil councillor has pleaded guilty to soliciting someone to kill a garda, a Revenue official and an accountant.

Gary O’Flynn of Hayfield Drive, Whitechurch, Co Cork pleaded guilty to the three separate charges when he was arraigned before the jury panel at Cork Circuit Criminal Court.

O’Flynn pleaded guilty to soliciting a named person between October 1st, 2012 and February 15th, 2013 at Mallow Road, Cork to murder Garda Mary Skehan

O’Flynn also pleaded guilty to soliciting the same named person between October 1st, 2012 and February 15th, 2013 at Mallow Road, Cork to murder Revenue official, George Ross.

And he also pleaded guilty to soliciting the same named person between October 1st, 2012 and February 15th, 2013 at Mallow Road, Cork to murder accountant, Patrick Sweeney.

Following the pleas, Judge Sean Ó Donnabháin remanded O’Flynn to appear in court at 1pm when the issue of bail pending sentence on the three charges was addressed.

At 1pm, defence counsel, Majorie Farrelly SC said that following discussions with the prosecution, her client was not making any application for bail in respect of the charges.

Judge Ó Donnabháin noted her submission and he remanded O’Flynn in custody for sentence at Cork Circuit Criminal Court on April 22nd

He also granted O’Flynn free legal aid to allow psychiatrist Dr Eugene Morgan prepare a medical report on him for the sentencing hearing.

Prosecution counsel, Tom Creed SC said that the State would have all the necessary reports including victim impact statements prepared in time for the heating.

O’Flynn served on Cork City Council from autumn 2003, when he was co-opted to replace his father, former Fianna Fáil TD, Noel O’Flynn, until he stood down in December 2008.


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A Clare TD has given chase to a man who attempted to snatch a handbag from a woman in Ennis.

Deputy Timmy Dooley helped secure the return of the woman’s bag.

Gardaí say the attempted theft occured on O’Connell Street just after 12 o’clock.

The man responsible then fled in the direction of Carmody Street, where he passed by Deputy Dooley who was driving in the area.

He pulled up his vehicle, and ran after the man who proceeded to drop the bag.

It has been returned to it’s owner, who is believed to have been unhurt, while it’s also understood that all of the bag’s contents were still inside.

Gardaí are now searching for a suspect in connection with the crime.


Jeremy Corbyn he's in the RA
#49

Timmy Dooley is can alright sort


#50

That was staged by Timmy, his office is very close by.


#51

[QUOTE=“The Big Cheese, post: 1102209, member: 1137”]Timmy Dooley is can alright sort[/QUOTE]
He’s a fucking simpleton.


#52

He sounds like one of the Rubber Bandits.


#53

hon Dooley, what a legend


#54

Ennis sounds like a very dangerous place. Bag snatching in broad daylight and bug eyed loons chasing people around the streets.


#55

Timmy Dooley seems very capable for a Fianna Failer, one of the few of them who seems alright.


#56

can’t imagine Joe Carey or that Labour piece of shit Michael Mac having the guile of balls to do something like that


#57

:pint:


#58

looks like we have Carlow Kilkenny, we are on the way back Baby!
:clap::clap:


#59

[QUOTE=“Tassotti, post: 1146458, member: 361”]looks like we have Carlow Kilkenny, we are on the way back Baby!
:clap::clap:[/QUOTE]

My Grandparents etc would have been staunch FF party supporters on both sides, I can’t trust the bastards now though especially with Monty Byrnes from the Simpsons as leader.


#60

Mixed emotions in the spots tonight you’d imagine