Friday December 6, 2019

Dunne: ‘I have been treated like Pablo Escobar’

Sean Dunne - whose bankruptcy was extended last week by an additional 12 years, and who plans to appeal - says he has ‘nothing to hide’

7th October, 2018
Walford, the Shrewsbury Road house which became a central issue for his bankruptcy trustee

The developer Sean Dunne has said the Irish state has pursued him as if he was “the Ace of Spades or Pablo Escobar . . . when the truth is, I have no hidden assets or income”.

Dunne, in an interview last May with The Sunday Business Post, also defended his reputation against the various allegations made against him by his bankruptcy trustee which last week led to Dunne being described by a judge as being...

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