Friday February 28, 2020

The attacks on QIH: The timeline

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent

22nd September, 2019
Kevin Lunney’s BMW was burned out

April 14: businessman Sean Quinn and his family are locked out of their former businesses and blockades are posted at company headquarters in Ballyconnell and Derrylin.

April 19: A dumper truck is driven into bollards at the entrance to the Co Fermanagh Quinn Group head offices. This is the first attack of almost 70 logged by the Quinn Group’s new owners over the next two years.

May 15: The first arson attack...

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