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Sustained campaign of violence against €127m former Sean Quinn wind farm

Criminal attacks put lives at risk and damage business prospects of border region, say new owners

1st May, 2016
Site formerly owned by Sean Quinn is subject to nearly weekly incidents of vandalism, blockage and threats

The sheer scale of a sinister campaign of attacks and blockages against a €127 million wind farm formerly owned by Sean Quinn can today be revealed.

The sustained campaign - which has seen no one arrested to date - has led to almost weekly incidents against the Slieve Rushen and Snugborough wind farms owned by European investment firm Platina Partners.

Platina told The Sunday Business Post: “The attacks have meant we had to have security...

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