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Hundreds turn out to support QIH owners

It was not the first time people had rallied in support of the business, but this time the mood was different

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent

@aarrogan
22nd September, 2019

It was not the first time people had rallied in support of the business, but this time the mood was different.

In 2012, thousands of people attended rallies in support of Sean Quinn after he and his family were ousted from their empire by the banks after he declared bankruptcy.

The support for Quinn turned to sabotage in the years after as vandalism and arson attacks on his former businesses became commonplace.

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