Ex Anglo chief David Drumm in new legal bid over 'unlawful' detention
The 49-year-old filed the action on Christmas Eve
Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm has filed another legal challenge in the US claiming unlawful detention.
The Irish Times is reporting that Drumm petitioned the Massachusetts District Court on December 24 and filed the action against the US government and US attorney general Loretta Lynch.
Drumm also named sheriff Joseph McDonald of Plymouth County near Boston and John Gibbons, the US marshal for the district of Massachusetts, as defendants.
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