Ahern keeps it short and snappy under tribunal’s fire

Bertie Ahern was inclined to snap at the heels of the tribunal counsel last week while chief questioner Des O’Neill seemed composed and in control.

7th June, 2008

Bertie Ahern was inclined to snap at the heels of the tribunal counsel last week while chief questioner Des O’Neill seemed composed and in control.

In his first stint in the witness box since the evidence of his former secretary Grainne Carruth earlier this year - in which she accepted that she had almost certainly lodged sterling into an Irish Permanent account for her boss despite his claim, at that time, that he...

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