Buried evidence and cash payments emerge in police probe of €1.6bn Nama sale

Buried evidence and cash payments emerge in police probe of €1.6bn Nama sale

Nine suspects identified as part of British National Crime Agency investigation

Britain’s National Crime Agency (NCA) has now identified nine suspects as part of its long-running investigation into Nama’s €1.6 billion Project Eagle loan sale, as startling new details emerge this weekend involving buried evidence and cash payments to the son of the North’s former First Minister Peter Robinson.

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