Friday February 28, 2020

Fear and loathing on the border

Last week’s abduction and torture of Quinn Industrial Holdings director Kevin Lunney is believed to have been timed to cause maximum disruption to the business

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent

22nd September, 2019
Hundreds gather at the QIH headquarters in Derrylin to show their support for Kevin Lunney whose silver BMW was burned out

The spate of attacks on Quinn Industrial Holdings (QIH) executives has been timed to coincide with board meetings, senior figures in the firm believe.

It was thought until recently that the arson attacks on executives’ homes and physical assaults were opportunistic. However, executives now believe there is a pattern which shows they were planned to cause maximum disruption to the company.

The firm holds quarterly board meetings with members of the three US hedge...

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