Shane Phelan: Drumm returns to loving embraces as his American dream withers and dies
Published 19/03/2016 | 02:30
As David Drumm walked through the Great Hall at the Criminal Courts of Justice on Tuesday, a free man for the first time in five months, he paused and made an emotional gesture of thanks to his wife's parents.
A simple hug demonstrated the former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive's relief after his in-laws, Danny and Georgina O'Farrell, came up trumps for him.
The couple put up €100,000 - a huge sum for a humble taxi driver and a housewife to have to come up with - to help secure his release on bail.