Friday December 6, 2019

Fear and loathing on the border: Quinn Industrial Holdings executives’ homes targeted in arson attacks

There have been no arrests despite 30 incidents in three years aimed at Quinn Industrial holdings.

4th November, 2018
Sean Quinn has spoken out against the violence Picture: Courtpix

In the last three years, there have been nearly 30 incidents targeting Quinn Industrial Holdings, the company set up in the wake of the collapse of Seán Quinn’s empire during the recession. The incidents range from threatening Facebook posts and the erection of intimidatory road signs to the damaging of QIH property, an assault on a family member of one QIH executive and, most recently, a spate of arson attacks.

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