Former billionaire Seán Quinn has claimed that he is aware of the identification of arsonists who focused a Co Fermanagh energy station he previously owned.
As per a report in The Sunday Occasions, Mr Quinn (74) has named a former affiliate as being accountable for the assault on the facility station in November 2012.
The station was burnt down following the assault. Safety companies proceed to research the incident, together with a string of different assaults on former Quinn companies.
Mr Quinn himself vehemently denies any involvement with the assaults. He reasoned that it will have been unattainable for him to rearrange the November 2012 assault, given he was in jail on the time.
He instructed that the late Cyril McGuinness — who was an individual of pursuits within the investigation — was not concerned within the assault, stating that the paramilitary determine often called ‘Dublin Jimmy’ was serving a jail sentence in Belgium on the time.
Mr Quinn additionally criticised RTÉ’s Quinn Nation documentary which aired earlier this week.
In the meantime, in an interview with the Sunday World, Ballyconnell parish priest Fr Oliver O’Reilly has revealed that Mr Quinn known as to his home following feedback he made in a sermon relating to the vicious assault of Mannok director and former Quinn affiliate Kevin Lunney in 2019.
The priest advised the newspaper that Mr Quinn berated him: the previous billionaire felt Fr O’Reilly had insinuated that he was concerned within the assault. Mr Quinn denies any involvement within the abduction and assault of Mr Lunney.
In a daunting improvement, Fr O’Reilly was advised by a “involved celebration” that his automobile would in all probability be burnt out in retribution for his feedback.
Fr O’Reilly additionally mentioned that he believed the ‘paymaster’ behind the Kevin Lunney assault continues to be at massive, and must be delivered to justice.
“There may be nonetheless a number of pressure locally,” he advised the newspaper.