Quinn's charm won't answer the hard questions

Sean Quinn is very much in control of himself, but there is an anger there too, which seems to be distorting his judgment, writes Vincent Browne.

4th August, 2012
'I found it impossible to get him to focus on how he and his family breached court orders not to put assets out of reach of IBRC.'

There is a charm about Sean Quinn, and a quiet sense of humour. He is very much in control of himself, but there is an anger there too, which seems to be distorting his judgment, giving rise to a strong sense of victimhood and an impulse to strike back.

Even in a private conversation, I found it impossible to get him to focus on how he and his family breached court orders not to put...

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