Barr Tribunal Report – Web version

I put a Web version of the Barr Tribunal Report online. I split the PDF that arrived on CD today and converted each chapter and appendix into a web page so it can be read in most browsers. Antoin also has the PDF of it online. Hope people find this useful.

Barr Tribunal Report Index
Barr Tribunal Report Chapter 1 – Introduction
Barr Tribunal Report Chapter 2 – Terms of Reference and Interpretation
Barr Tribunal Report Chapter 3 – John Carthy – Background
Barr Tribunal Report Chapter 4 – The Events of 19th and 20th April 2000
Barr Tribunal Report Chapter 5 – The Final Minutes — John Carthy’s Exit from the House and Subsequent Fatal Shooting
Barr Tribunal Report Chapter 6 – The Management of the Incident at Abbeylara — Siege Management Principles
Barr Tribunal Report Chapter 7 – The Aftermath — Post-Mortem, Forensic and Ballistic Examination
Barr Tribunal Report Chapter 8 – Conclusions
Barr Tribunal Report Chapter 9 – The Media
Barr Tribunal Report Chapter 10 – Rank and Structure in the Garda Siochana and the Role of the Emergency Response Unit
Barr Tribunal Report Chapter 11 – Less Lethal Weapons
Barr Tribunal Report Chapter 12 – Police Practice in Other Jurisdictions
Barr Tribunal Report Chapter 13 – Gun licensing Law and related matters
Barr Tribunal Report Chapter 14 – Victim Provoked Police Shooting — ‘‘Suicide by Cop’’
Barr Tribunal Report Chapter 15 – Recommendations
Barr Tribunal Report Chapter 16 – Costs
Barr Tribunal Report Appendix 1
Barr Tribunal Report Appendix 2
Barr Tribunal Report Appendix 3
Barr Tribunal Report Appendix 4
Barr Tribunal Report Appendix 7

All the webpages are also in a 800kb zip file here.

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4 Responses to “Barr Tribunal Report – Web version”

  1. Seamus Ryan says:

    Thanks for this Damien.

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  3. David Copithorne says:

    Thanks Damien for going to the trouble of making the report accessible. Maybe the ‘terms of reference” of IrelandOffline.org should extend to Irelands Information Society Policy and supposed eGovernment.

  4. Damien says:

    Thanks Seamus and Dave. Nice to be able to read it in a browser and not download a 26mb file. Dave: IrelandOffline is snowed under with the niche area of broadband, I think maybe another group should start to kick the Govt around with their lack of e-Government programmes. A group not afraid to point hard facts out.