Businessman fails to force gardai to release money laundering inquiry papers

A Dublin businessman who is under investigation for alleged money laundering has failed in his High Court bid to force the Gardaí to hand over papers relating to the inquiry.

23rd April, 2011

A Dublin businessman who is under investigation for alleged money laundering has failed in his High Court bid to force the Gardaí to hand over papers relating to the inquiry.

Francis McGuinness, 50, of Seatown Park, Swords, Co Dublin, sued the Garda Commissioner and the state after gardaí seized a car, five mobile phones, a fax machine, credit cards, an international driving permit, computer hard drive and two Irish passports, each with different personal...

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