Ronan: I'm sorry - Nazis, Nama and me...
'The anger I feel over what occurred is not comparable with the horrors perpetrated by the Nazi regime'
The developer Johnny Ronan has said he is sorry for any offence caused by his use of the phrase “Arbeit Macht Frei” in his submission to the banking inquiry.
He said he will request the phrase be removed from his evidence as it was an “inappropriate analogy”.
In a statement to The Sunday Business Post he said: “I apologise for any offence which has been caused by quoting the phrase “Arbeit...
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