Former solicitor Michael Lynn told a ‘concoction of lies’, court hears
Michael Lynn has pleaded not guilty to the theft of €27m from seven financial institutions
A former solicitor accused of stealing around €27 million from seven financial institutions has told a “concoction of lies” and sought to blame everyone but himself, a court has heard.
Michael Lynn, who has pleaded not guilty to the charges, was accused of presenting a “set of lies” and a defence that was characterised as a “mirage”. The claims were made as part of closing arguments in his over three-month theft trial in the Dublin ...