Thursday February 20, 2020

“I really do not want to die yet, but this is what will happen”

Former property developer Kevin McGeever expresses fears over stress in an email to his solicitor, court hears

13th November, 2016
Kevin McGeever at Galway Circuit Court last April, when he was found guilty of giving gardaí false information Picture: Andrew Downes/Xposure

The former prop-erty developer Kevin McGeever fears he will die from the stress of what he has “had to endure” since faking his own kidnapping, the High Court has heard.

The dramatic claim was made by the 71-year-old in a recent email to his solicitor, in which he explained that he is confined to bed with “crazy” high blood pressure.

The rogue tycoon is being pursued by businessman James Byrne, who...

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