Bringing the bankers to book
WHEN Brian Lenihan is asked why nobody has even appeared in court as a result of the banking scandal, he repeatedly challenges his inquisitors to report any wrongdoing that they're aware of to the gardai.
But, since he is happy to admit that the bank directors lied to him and Brian Cowen on the night the bank guarantee was implemented, himself and Mr Cowen are best placed to provide the information required to initiate a prosecution. So why haven't they? What are they covering up?