Re: Anglo seeks jailing of Quinn for contempt
Originally Posted by PaddyJoe
Seán Quinn has said if the former Anglo Irish Bank wanted to see him jailed he would “accept it”, but said that putting his assets beyond the bank’s reach was “the right thing to have done”.
So in layman's terms, what the IBRC is accusing them of is more or less correct. Out of your own mouth let ye be judged.
Mr Quinn said he had made a “very conscious decision” to put assets beyond the bank’s reach.
“We thought at the time we were retaining our own assets and they were moving in illegally on those assets,” he said. “There was an onus on us to make some effort to defend ourselves.
“We felt it was the right thing to do and we still feel it was the right thing to have done – unfortunately it finished up in prison,” he said in the interview, which was recorded on Thursday.
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'Our goal is to conquer state power for the Irish working class'
Pat Rabitte, 1987
"Can I ask whether this is what the men of 1916 died for: a bailout from the German chancellor with a few shillings of sympathy from the British chancellor on the side?"
Michael Noonan, November 2010