Bradshaw: 'Coulson had a gun, and was pointing it at the state'
Lar Bradshaw, the former DDDA chief, wants a damning state report on the €426 million Glass Bottle site purchase to be corrected, writes Ian Kehoe.
Lar Bradshaw, the former chairman of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA), told Irish glass magnate Paul Coulson that his attempt to use a legal loophole to claim enhanced title over the Irish Glass Bottle site was akin to pointing a gun at the Irish state.
Bradshaw made the comment in 2005, when Coulson, head of the bottling giant Ardagh, invoked a legal loophole that ensured his firm was entitled to a significant payout if...
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