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Dunne hits out at NAMA probe

US LAWYERS for Sean Dunne and his wife Gayle Killilea (right) claim that NAMA is on a "fishing expedition" for documents and there is "no evidence" that there was a transfer of money after Mr Dunne became insolvent.

Lawyers on both sides clashed over the sale of three properties in the US and Switzerland.

NAMA alleges that Mr Dunne fraudulently transferred assets to his wife to hide them from the agency.

The developer, once dubbed The Baron of Ballsbridge, owes more than €185m to NAMA.

NAMA has been granted more time to investigate the property dealings of Ms Killilea.