Gardai launch investigation after 'suspicious letters' sent to FAI headquarters
Gardai are investigating suspicious letters which were sent to the Football Association of Ireland’s headquarters, Independent.ie can reveal.
"The staff involved have been fully supported and have cooperated with the Gardai in their investigations to these matters," Cooke said.
"We ask that everyone fully cooperates with the measures put in place and to speak with the senior executive in your area should you have any questions or concerns," he said.
"Staff safety should be a priority, and their safety and welfare are paramount," Rock said.
Gardai are currently examining the findings of an independent review of the FAI’s finances.
He said there were"urgent meetings" regarding the association's debt on Wednesday, when the hearing was due to take place.
However, Cooke assured the committee the FAI would appear when the"appropriate representatives" are next available.
"I don’t know what they are afraid of," the Louth TD said.
"We still want them to come in and they have offered to come in at a later date," he added.Read more: Independent.ie
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