Monday February 17, 2020

Cavalier media are selling the inquiry short

Powerful forces don’t want to see the banking inquiry complete its work

2nd August, 2015

For the life of me I can’t understand why banking inquiry chairman Ciarán Lynch doesn’t travel to the United States and, Clint Eastwood-style, clamp David Drumm in chains and bring him back. The more strident critics of the inquiry expect no less. He should then deposit his quarry in Mountjoy even before the inquiry ends, without trial.

Between Drumm’s cat-and-mouse carry-on and the intrigue surrounding the whistleblower, the critics...

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