Lise Hand: No hint of contrition in this heated battle between bust billionaire and broken bank
Ciara Quinn gazed defiantly from the truck-turned stage, out over the thousands of supporters massed along the main street of Ballyconnell.
"Some day our war with Anglo will be over -- and make no mistake about it, this is a war, and when it ends I and the rest of my family will still be standing," she vowed. "We will not be bullied or intimidated by Anglo -- we will not go quietly into the night."
The crowd cheered and waved their placards. Behind her on the platform, her father Sean dabbed his eyes with a big white hanky. There's no doubt that the plummet from the mountain-top has taken its toll on Sean Quinn. He now faces the possibility of joining his son Sean Jnr in jail for contempt by the end of this week.