In a series of articles across 2017, the Irish Examiner revealed serious concerns about the working environment within the Air Corps — matters that have seen allegations of a deliberate cover-up, of victimisation of whistleblowers, and of a lackadaisical attitude towards health and safety that has put lives at risk, writes Joe Leogue.
While the stories broken by this newspaper since January have posed a myriad of questions for the State and the Defence Forces, the issues have one common controversy running throughout.
Have technicians within the Air Corps developed cancer, neurological problems, and other chronic conditions as a result of unnecessary exposure to toxic chemicals during their time at Casement Aerodrome?
WARNING – Very long article reviewing the following topics.
- The Court Cases
- The Whistleblowers
- The Health Watchdog Inspections – Vindication for the Whistleblowers
- The Internal Report
- The Missing Reports – And allegations of a Cover-Up
- The Independent Review
- The International Precedents
- The Political Reaction
Read full article on Irish Examiner website below…