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# intimidation

This month
June 2024
Racism, doxxing and assaults among dozens of incidents of abuse of 2024 election candidates
Last year
Local politicians call for action over 'increased sense of threat' amid far-right protests
Heather Humphreys condemns anti-LGBTQ+ activists' intimidation of library staff
Dublin TD says protesters told him 'they will come to my home and burn it down'
All time
Condemnation after SDLP candidates intimidated and threatened while out canvassing
'They smashed every one of her windows': Parents of drug users at high risk of drug threats in Dublin's inner city
Aaron Brady murder trial: Four people arrested over allegations of witness intimidation
'Go back to your own country': Family forced to flee Dundalk home after attacks on mother and son
Sinn Féin's John Finucane receiving 'sinister and dangerous threats' during election campaign
Northern Ireland’s police chief appeals for calm during upcoming UK general election
Drug dealing seen as 'more attractive' way to earn money for some young Irish people
Third man arrested over drug-related intimidation behaviour in Co Louth
Harris says protest outside his family home was 'plain and simple intimidation'
Dealers make violent threats against 12-year-olds over cannabis debt
'It's like a scene out of The Wire': Building on Dublin housing site stopped after intimidation and vandalism
Garda having his home fortified with CCTV and toughened glass following acid attack
Gardaí's home and car targeted as they investigate actions of criminal gang in north-east
€200 million spent a year: How Ireland's recreational drug users are keeping the cartels in business
People warned that small weed or cocaine habits are fuelling violent crime
"A lot of people here would know people selling drugs... but if they say anything they'll get a bullet in the back of the head"
Intimidation and bullying: How Ireland's gangs affect the country's entire prison population
Criminal 'threatened to rape' pregnant garda and her unborn child
Drug dealers are even targeting users' mothers to tighten their grip of fear
Journey drummer was high on meth and hallucinating when arrested
Attempt to increase Wayne Dundon's 6 year prison sentence for threatening to kill and intimidate witnesses has failed
Gerry Adams: 'It's a wee while since the PSNI arrived at my house with sniffer dogs'
New Zealand and Samoa had a war dance-off at the JWC
Many polling stations closed as Ukraine votes in crucial presidential election
VIDEO: Labour candidate confronted in Dublin, "thuggery and intimidation" says Joan Burton
"Systematic and co-ordinated" response needed to tackle drug debt intimidation - report
Minister for Justice: All teenagers to be removed from St Patrick's by 2014