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Top Quinn executives hire extra security in wake of Lunney attack

Company figures also call for Gardaí to be given resources to fully probe campaign of violence

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent

29th September, 2019

Quinn Industrial Holdings (QIH) executives are to hire private security, over fears that their families will be targeted in future attacks.

The Sunday Business Post understands that some executives believe the extra security is needed on top of the protection being given by gardaí in response to the recent abduction and torture of chief operating officer Kevin Lunney.

Senior figures at QIH have also called for the Gardaí to be given the resources to...

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