Friday October 30, 2020

O’Brien alleges Red Flag connection to Siteserv leak

Mogul also claims politicians revealed ‘stolen’ personal banking information to the Dáil

29th October, 2017
Businessman Denis O’Brien failed to get an order forcing PR firm Red Flag to reveal the identity of a client Picture: Courtpix

Denis O’Brien believes the leaking of information that led to a state investigation of the sale of Siteserv to the businessman is related to his case against public relations firm Red Flag.

O’Brien made this claim in a submission to the Commission of Investigation into IBRC.

Red Flag, in a statement in response to a query about whether it was involved in the leaking of O’Brien’s banking information to a politician,...

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