Buried evidence and cash payments emerge in police probe of €1.6bn Nama sale
Nine suspects identified as part of British National Crime Agency investigation
Britain’s National Crime Agency (NCA) has now identified nine suspects as part of its long-running investigation into Nama’s €1.6 billion Project Eagle loan sale, as startling new details emerge this weekend involving buried evidence and cash payments to the son of the North’s former First Minister Peter Robinson.
The NCA said it has interviewed 66 witnesses and identified nine suspects, eight of whom have been interviewed and three of...
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