Saturday February 22, 2020

Michael Lowry has finally been brought to account

Journalism played a major part in the conviction of the Tipperary TD for tax offences

1st July, 2018

My interest in Michael Lowry dates back to 1997. My Leaving Certificate had just ended. I was at a loose end and decided to sit in at the McCracken Tribunal.

I went by bus every day from Tullow in Co Carlow and by the time I’d get to Dublin Castle, the tribunal would have already started and all the seats were gone. Except one. The one beside Michael Lowry. I sat beside him each day....

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