The money vanishes

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Court drawings depicting, among others, Michael Lowry, Judge Martin Nolan and tax inspector Henry Oliver Drawings by Alwyn Gillespie

The jury at Michael Lowry’s trial for alleged tax offences heard this week how a sum of £248,624 disappeared and reappeared, ‘cooking the books not once but twice’

‘Some of you will be wishing you got a nice murder case,” prosecution counsel Remy Farrell told the jury trying Michael Lowry and his business for alleged tax offences.

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