Mahon apologises unreservedly to Conor Haughey for naming him instead of his brother Ciaran in final report
THE MAHON Tribunal has unreservedly apologised to the late Charlie Haughey’s son, Conor, for mistakenly including his name in the tribunal’s final report.
The apology is carried on the tribunal’s website and in a number of national newspapers today.
It says: “On page lvi of the table of content and on page 2502 Chapter seventeen of the Tribunal’s final report, Mr Conor Haughey’s name is mistakenly stated instead of Mr Ciaran Haughey.
Mr Conor Haughey had no involvement with the Tribunal inquiries.”
All four Haughey children, Conor, Ciaran, Eimear and Sean are reported to have received €7.5m each as a result of the sale of Abbeyville after their father’s death.
Conor, the eldest son, is the chief executive of a company involved in generating electricity from waves while Ciaran runs Celtic Helicopters which is suffering mounting losses in the recession.