THE MAFIA GAZETTE Issue 24
For All The News That Is News (E&OE)
30th May 2013
Editor In Chief: Carmela_DeAngelis
Managing Editor: William_Hearst
HEAVY-HANDED ADMINISTRATION CRITICISED
The Administration have come under heavy criticism recently following their detention of a member of the community. Mr Danny-Walsh was snatched from the streets yesterday for questioning, and while he was not detained for very long, it has raised questions over the actions of the Administrator BlackAliss.
Our reporter spoke to Ms Aliss following the release of Mr Walsh to ask for details over the actions taken and the reasoning for them. It appears that Mr Walsh raised suspicion of insider dealing by sharing private addresses in the coffee shop the previous day. Concerned citizens reported the apparently underhand and illegal activity to the Administration who acted swiftly after the tip-off and snatched Mr Walsh off the streets for questioning.
Mr Walsh was released very quickly following his arrest with no further action taken. We asked Ms Aliss for a statement. She said of the incident: "Following on from previous issues surrounding the release of sensitive information, we had to act quickly to ensure that such leaks were not continuing and private data was not being compromised. It appears that in this instance, Mr Walsh did have legitimate access to the private addresses. He had found them in his trash and decided to share them with his friends in the coffee shop".
The Administration may be commended for swift action, but questions have been asked as to whether the actions were too harsh. Ms Aliss commented: "It may have appeared harsh, however we have to act fairly and in the previous instance we detained the suspects pending investigation, so we had to take the same action here".
Mr Walsh appeared unharmed by his short term in interrogation and does not appear to hold any grudges over the incident.
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