Cunningham: ‘I was intimidated to try to get me to drop case against the Gardaí, DPP and CAB’
The retired Cork-based financier made this allegation last week, as part of proceedings in the High Court to compel four defendants to explain where £3 million that was seized from him in the wake of the Northern Bank robbery has gone, and on what grounds it was taken
Ted Cunningham, the retired Cork-based financier, has said he believes there was a recent attempt to “intimidate” him in order to get him to withdraw a case he is taking against An Garda Siochana, the Criminal Assets Bureau, the DPP and Danske Bank.
Cunningham made this allegation last week, as part of proceedings in the High Court to compel the four defendants to explain where £3 million that was seized from him in...
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