Charity boss claims whistleblower complaints ‘maliciously made’

1st July, 2018
Barbara Flynn of Ataxia Ireland

The chief executive of a charity found to have wrongly made €84,009 in payments to two former trustees has claimed in court proceedings that whistleblower complaints were “maliciously made” by individuals involved in setting up a rival organisation.

Barbara Flynn of Ataxia Ireland also alleges she was “targeted” by the Charities Regulatory Authority.

The claims have been made in a High Court case aimed at quashing the findings of a report...

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