Mr Ennis said there were two people involved in briefing Mr O'Keeffe and that at this stage he did not wish to identify them. The meeting also heard how the GRA intends to "pursue" RTÉ over the interview and how it was conducted.
RTÉ sources have completely rejected the suggestion that Mr Reynolds conducted the interview in an unprofessional manner. Mr O'Keeffe, the GRA spokesman, did not respond last night. The report into the scandal, led by Assistant Commissioner Michael O'Sullivan, discovered evidence of almost 1.5 million breath tests which were not carried out.