Dunlop accused of telling 'utterly unreconcilable' lies at corruption trial

Former lobbyist Frank Dunlop has been accused of telling ‘utterly unreconcilable’ lies at the corruption trial of a businessman, a councillor and 3 former politicians.

Dunlop accused of telling 'utterly unreconcilable' lies at corruption trial

Former lobbyist Frank Dunlop has been accused of telling ‘utterly unreconcilable’ lies at the corruption trial of a businessman, a councillor and three former politicians.

He is being cross examined in court about where he stashed £25,000 he claims he was given by Jim Kennedy of Queens Quay, Gibraltar.

The 65-year-old alleges the businessman gave him cash in 1991 to pay Dublin County Councillors to support land rezoning in Carrickmines.

He has told Dublin Circuit Criminal Court he kept the money at home and cannot explain why he gave evidence to the planning tribunal that the cash may have formed part of an £80,000 bank lodgement.

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