Drumm shamed by legal farce
THE machinations of former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm are a knife twisting in the gut of the nation. If Mr Drumm is sick to his stomach about the pain the people are feeling, the people are correspondingly sick of his combined whingeing and posturing.
For months now, he has been using the law to try to elude and baffle the Irish taxpayer.
The alleged efforts of the former bank chief to keep his half share of his family home in Malahide out of the reach of the nationalised Anglo Irish have been ruefully described by a High Court judge as a legal Lanigan's Ball.