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Irishman who ran down children ‘did not flee’ Hungary

A senior life insurance manager who ran down and killed two children in Budapest cannot be extradited because he did not ‘flee’ from Hungary, the Supreme Court has ruled.

15th March, 2008

A senior life insurance manager who ran down and killed two children in Budapest cannot be extradited because he did not ‘flee’ from Hungary, the Supreme Court has ruled.

Ciaran Tobin, an accountant with an address at Cairn Manor, Ratoath, Co Meath, was working with Irish Life in Budapest in April 2000 when his car mounted a footpath and hit Marton Zoltai and his sister Petra, aged 5 and 2, killing both children....

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