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 Martin Gleeson - “We are not looking for the dog but we are holding the hair as evidence.”
 Martin Gleeson - “We are not looking for the dog but we are holding the hair as evidence.”
 Martin Gleeson - “We are not aware of any incident like the one described in the letter. It's an urban legend, as far as we can tell.”
 Martin Gleeson - “It's just like a chain letter it's spreading like wild fire. It's completely bogus.”
 Martin Gleeson - “It's just like a chain letter it's spreading like wild fire. It's completely bogus.”
 Des Gleeson - “He's over-competitive. He's met the riding skills panel and demonstrated to me at a meeting last week he fully understands where he's gone wrong in the past.”
 Martin Gleeson - “Whether this confrontation was in any way related to youth gangs is something that is still under investigation.”
 Martin Gleeson - “We're continuing to look for people who saw what happened or have information about what happened.”
 Martin Gleeson - “When police officers tried to break up the initial fight, other people tried to prevent them from making arrests. Those people also ended up being arrested.”
 Martin Gleeson - “I think he (the owner) was going into one of the businesses that are located at that address. He left it running. The perpetrator saw it as an opportunity.”
 Des Gleeson - “He's spent about 100 of the last 300 meetings on the sidelines.”
 Martin Gleeson - “There isn't any question that this is a murder. We believe that there were other people involved in this, and we expect to make more arrests.”
 Des Gleeson - “If a rider appeals against a suspension in, say, a Cox Plate, the right to ride on Derby Day at Flemington a week later and in the Melbourne Cup will be at the discretion of the Appeals Board.”
 Des Gleeson - “I had several talks with Craig while he was disqualified, and I knew from the determination he showed me he would be giving it his best shot.”
 Brendan Gleeson - “Moody is a gunslinger with a wand. He's someone who has chased the demons away from goodness to the extent that he's gotten quite warped by it. One of the things director Mike Newell suggested when we first discussed the character was that Moody's great wounds have damaged him greatly. It's a very interesting arc to play with this character, who comes into Hogwarts as death warmed over and grows into someone the kids learn to trust.”
 Des Gleeson - “The issue of horse welfare is of paramount concern for us. We regard this is as a very serious breach of the rules of racing.”
 Des Gleeson - “I had a talk to him and his boss (Lee Hope) today when they called in.”
 Brendan Gleeson - “He has no time for book learning or pussy-footing about. He wants to show these young men and women what they're up against - evil exists and they better know what they're getting themselves into. He's a one-man initiation ceremony, a walking rite-of-passage. He doesn't believe in treading lightly with Harry or the other students because that won't prepare them for the real world.”
 Martin Gleeson - “We believe the event may have been alcohol-driven.”
 Des Gleeson - “If we thought for one minute it was anything more than an error of judgment, rest assured we would have taken action.”
 Martin Gleeson - “Cell-phone use contributes to driver inattention, which is a major cause of accidents. Therefore, we pay great attention to that offense.”