Infighting erupts among stricken Quinn family

Supreme Court challenge is expected to be launched to free Sean Quinn jnr, while Peter Quinn may be in Britain.

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Ian Kehoe

21st July, 2012
Sean Quinn leaving the Four Courts last Friday after his son, Sean Quinn jnr, was jailed for contempt. Photo: Collins

The fallout from the Quinn family's €500 million asset-stripping scheme continues this weekend, with details of a startling dispute between certain family members and further evidence of non-cooperation with court orders.

With Sean Quinn jnr in jail, the authorities now believe that his cousin, Peter Darragh Quinn, has fled to Britain in an effort to avoid imprisonment. Garda detectives are liaising with their counterparts in Britain this weekend in an effort to determine his exact...

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