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#1 Nexus on May 14th, 2014 at 15:40

I am currently an employee with Shell. I write under an alias as a personal choice. I would like to ask OSSL – did you ever explore taking Shell to the small claims court for the non-payment of the (alleged) alcohol delivered to the Gardia? I am not sure how Irish law works, but such an avenue in the UK, would, I believe be a recourse for you to recoup the lost monies, whilst at the same time proving the existence / delivery of the aforesaid liquor. Personally I would want to see an end to this whole saga and those that have done wrong held to account.

#2 OSSL on May 14th, 2014 at 08:20

Hi London Lad, whoever you are, it was the UK press that broke this story! Which prompted the Irish police Commissioner to launch an enquiry. The UK
Press picked up the matter from this Shell news site.

#3 LondonLad on May 12th, 2014 at 18:59

Can someone please explain to me (and on this site I’m sure there’s many) why there is still NO mention about this OSSL / booze subject etc. in the UK or Dutch press? Have to say that well done with “In the Gulf”, I think that “OSSL” appears to be someone who is drinking too much of the Guinness prior to his postings!! Also, why is there nothing of importance concerning the alleged manipulation of oil / gas prices by RDS etc. in the UK or Dutch press. I guess that there is nothing to prove.
P.S. I have a mate Donovan who says it should be MUSaint and not Musaint…….


Will take the correction as gospel coming from you, first hand.

#4 John Donovan on May 12th, 2014 at 14:41

I would like to repeat a warning I have mentioned before about postings on this blog. Websites allowing aliases to be used are especially vulnerable to manipulation. That includes Wikipedia and blogs such as this one. It follows that I can only vouch for the bona fides of postings made in my name or by contributors such as Paddy Briggs, who choose not to use an alias. Some contributors using aliases, such as “Outsider” and MUSaint/LondonLad have built up a reputation over several years for the integrity of their postings on this website.

#5 In the Gulf, on May 12th, 2014 at 12:35

Please explain, what’s a salt flat?

on May 11th, 2014 at 14:37

Lots of static since ..tree hugger …posting …asking why ? Shell wanted to blame Shell to Sea for damaging something called the salt flats ….does that make sense ?…

#7 OSSL on May 11th, 2014 at 10:56

On the subject of Shell Corrib integrity note this fact. Shell instructed OSSL in a visit to our offices to recruit “tree huggers” their words, from outside Ireland to infiltrate a new Shell to Sea camp being assembled at Glencastle …..sounds crazy …it’s a fact – that’s how desperate they had become in 2006 on the Corrib Project; another inconvenient truth for the denial machine that is Shell.

#8 On The Job on May 11th, 2014 at 09:24

Hi Relieved, believe me where Corrib management are concerned this Shell job has plumbed some depths. Crothers CEO (currently) wanted to tidy up but was stopped because revelations were too damming.

#9 Releived on May 10th, 2014 at 16:15

You have got to love the Irish ‘establishment’ and RDS. What a 3rd rate, Mickey Mouse operation. Classic mediocre soap opera comedy. They could not have screwed up any better if they had tried.

#10 Ex OSSL on May 10th, 2014 at 15:45

Last post 100% spot on bugging geeks were brought from outside the country at Nolans demand others that can confirm are Cronin and Byrne, Foley. Don’t know about bugging Teach Erris but they stayed there.

#11 On The Job , on May 10th, 2014 at 12:51

Document doing the rounds in Mayo Shell circles showing a local hotel bugging details (Gessala), and an instruction to only use non Irish surveillance team, GSOC take note, the instruction is confirmed by Shell.

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14 May 2014