Jailed Conlon complains of reputational damage from fraud probe

An investigation continues into his alleged misappropriation of €3.8 million in donations to various charities

14th October, 2018
Peter Conlon

Peter Conlon has written a letter from his Swiss prison to the High Court in Dublin complaining that his reputation has endured “severe damage” as an investigation continues into his alleged misappropriation of €3.8 million in donations to various charities.

The donations were originally made using his fundraising platform Ammado.

Conlon also sets out in detail 11 issues he has with what has happened to him since an alleged fraud in his business...

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