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Police officers Geoff Ferris and Conor McStravick settle 'conspiracy' case with PSNI

Belfast Telegraph Friday, 2 December 2016
Police officers Geoff Ferris and Conor McStravick settle 'conspiracy' case with PSNIA police employment tribunal in which two detectives claimed they had been the victims of a "conspiracy" against them involving high-ranking PSNI officers has been settled.
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