They're still here, they're of a certain political hue, of course. They're also very quick jumping in to dismiss any mention of a particular associate of Cunningham's. I saw it only yesterday. Shocking, not...Many prominent people on this site were desperate to portray Cunningham as an innocent victim of Garda/media scapegoating at the time of his arrest. Isn't it funny how quiet they are now, in the face of the damning evidence that emerged against this incredible crook
good, and lets hope they keep after the others and get them alsoCunningham gets 10 years for money laundering - The Irish Times - Fri, Apr 24, 2009
And here's hoping that he serves every single day of it.
the sentence mitigated to 10 years according to the Irish TimesHe should have got the full 14, which I believe was the maximum sentence. He'll be out in 6. It's a shame they didn't have enough on Fingers Flynn. They could have kept each other company.
the sentence mitigated to 10 years according to the Irish Times
quote: There were some mitigating factors in Cunningham's favour including his age, poor health in that he suffers from a blood disorder, heriditary haemorrhagic telangiectasia and the fact that he had no previous convictions and had previously been of blameless good character.
Cunningham to pay State 340,000 - The Irish Times - Mon, Jul 27, 2009
This is all very well the State going after the dough which was probably sitting in a current account somewhere but people want the links back to the IRA, they want Flynn ruled in or out, the burd who was the go-between, the people who got cars out of it, is the son going to help, can they track the lads who gave Ted the money.
I agree, i hope he sues the state to the hilt, this is a huge miscarriage of justice.The plods fooked up, now he is entitled to his money back. That is whats wrong with this country, we have people in position of authority that do not know their ar$e from their elbow.
No it is not you tool. This does not rank with the Birmingham Six or Guildford Four. The warrant was defective.I agree, i hope he sues the state to the hilt, this is a huge miscarriage of justice.