Profiles: the cast of characters

12th June, 2016
Peter FItzpatrick

It was a tense six days for Denis Casey as he waited to hear his verdict after his former colleague in Irish Life & Permanent (IL&P) Peter FitzPatrick was found not guilty the previous Friday. Both men had presented similar defences and, despite the strain, remained friends.

Casey who trained as a barrister after leaving the bank assurer in 2009 knew better than most that as time went on the jury must have...

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