Courageous Gilmartin revealed shocking web of corruption
The late developer told politicians they made the Mafia look like monks' when he was asked to make a deposit of IR£5 million, writes Frank Connolly.
The death of Tom Gilmartin is not just a loss for his wife Vera, his children and grandchildren. It is a sad loss for the people of this country for whom he did an important service.
In late 1998, he agreed to cooperate with the year-old inquiry into planning corruption headed by Justice Feargus Flood. He did so reluctantly as he had no great wish to return from his home in Luton to Dublin where...
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