Thursday February 20, 2020

The Running Man: Michael Lynn

A new investigation reveals Lynn's bizarre final days and months in Dublin

6th March, 2016
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Michael Lynn, the solicitor and property developer, after he appeared before the president of the High Court in 2007 Picture: Courtpix

Some time in the autumn of 2007, Fiona McAleenan left the office of KenDar Global Properties in Dublin city centre, where she worked as an in-house solicitor. Unknown to her, she was being followed by private investigators hired by her boss, Michael Lynn.

The Mayo-born solicitor told his investigators he was suspicious that McAleenan was stealing company information, and leaking it to competitors to undermine his business. He wanted her to be followed 24 hours a...

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