I seem to recall him saying some time ago that the book is written and would be published after the tribunal reports.Having served his sentence , what are the chances of he spilling the beans on his involvement with politicians , developers , bankers , etc. in a book ?
I'd say that , after being cleared by lawyers first , it would be a best seller.
I would he still be employed, so to speak ?He won't blab, he's still covering up. His evidence was a joke (and I mean his post-2000 evidence, after his alleged conversion to the truth). He claims not to remember the biggest cash transaction of his life taking place, why a huge amount of money was wired to him by his paymaster Owen O'Callaghan in a hurry on the same day he was meeting a senior politician in Powers Hotel (whose name he forgets), the name of the horse he 'bought' with another huge amount of money that he claims died before he took possession of it (and for which there is not a single shred of documentation), etc., etc.
He'll be telling no truth, he'll be sticking to the same hymn sheet to protect the same people.
O'Callaghan will look after Frank and make sure he does not go to a pauper's grave.I would he still be employed, so to speak ?