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  1. akack2
    Six people have been arrested in connection with the sale of heroin in Athlone, Co Westmeath.
    All six people were arrested in the early hours of this morning.
    Local gardaí were supported by members of the Garda National Drugs Unit in carrying out the operation.
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    It is expected that some of those arrested today will appear in court later.


    http://www.rte.ie/news/2010/0126/athlone.html


    26/01/2010 - 01/26/2010

Comments

  1. Abrad
    How many seizures has that been in recent weeks/months? Nobody know how to keep their mouths shut in this country. After a I returned from an extended trip away I came home and went for a pint.

    By the time I left the pub (maybe 2 hours later) SWIM had been offered 50,000 pills (Good MDMA pills,first I had seen in ages.) I also knew who was moving large bulk (kilogram quantities of both coke and weed).People really need to learn to keep their mouths shut in this country, everyone knows everyone else's business. SWIM politely told these gentlemen he was not interested, finished his drink and left.
  2. akack2
    the place is a kip and not meaning to get political but-our efforts foe independence were also completely ruined by informers and loose lips.I have lost all respect for the Irish.
  3. Joe Duffy
    Arresting a few of street level dealers will have absolutely no impact what-so-ever, nothing more than a PR exercise for the Gardai so as to imply that they are actually doing something in their fight against scourge of nefarious illegal substances.:laugh:
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