Monday 23 October 2017

We've waited too long for justice over Anglo

In the investigation into the activities of Anglo Irish Bank, surely the ringleaders don't have to confess for a case to be made. If that was the case, Irish jails would be empty for want of the penitent.

Granted it would be easier if they would admit to recklessness and compensate us but isn't the country full of people who acted in concert with them -- staff, customers, officials of other banks. If extradition isn't possible then at the very least they should be convicted in their absence. At the very least we need to see that they are not being protected.

S.E. Lydon
Wilton, Cork

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