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Reynolds no-show won’t stop tribunal verdict

Former taoiseach Albert Reynolds’ nonattendance at the Mahon planning tribunal, due to ill health, is unlikely to prevent the tribunal from adjudicating on allegations that he was closely linked to developer Owen O’Callaghan’s business affairs.

2nd August, 2008

Former taoiseach Albert Reynolds’ nonattendance at the Mahon planning tribunal, due to ill health, is unlikely to prevent the tribunal from adjudicating on allegations that he was closely linked to developer Owen O’Callaghan’s business affairs.

Almost certainly, Reynolds would have been quizzed on the role played by a US firm, members of which he met on a trip to Los Angeles in 1994, which was involved in raising funds for...

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