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Sean Quinn slams 'barbaric' Kevin Lunney attack and fears family will 'take flak'

Sean Quinn slams 'barbaric' Kevin Lunney attack and fears family will 'take flak'

19/09/2019 12:27:00

Sean Quinn slams 'barbaric' Kevin Lunney attack and fears family will 'take flak'

BUSINESSMAN Sean Quinn has slammed the “barbaric” assault inflicted on Kevin Lunney by a gang of thugs in Co Fermanagh. A major cross-border investigation has been launched after Quinn …

10:44BUSINESSMAN Sean Quinn has slammed the "barbaric" assault inflicted on Kevin Lunney by a gang of thugs in Co Fermanagh.A major cross-border investigation has been launched after Quinn Group executive Lunney, 50, wasin Co Cavan on Tuesday evening.

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3Sean Quinn has condemned the 'barbaric' attackCredit: Lorraine Teevan - The Sun Dublin3Kevin Lunney suffered 'life changing' injuries3PSNI at the scene of where Lunney was abductedCredit: Pacemaker PressThe father-of-six suffered a broken leg and severe injuries to his face and torso - which have been

described as "life changing".This morning Quinn, who was once listed as the richest Irishman in history, condemned the attack saying he was "outraged".He told local radio station Northern Sound: "My reaction would be the same as anybody else: it would be a sense of outrage. It would appear to me to be a fairly barbaric attack.

"Any proper individual, anybody with any sense or morals, would of course condemn that. That man has a wife and kids and of course, you’d condemn it totally.”Quinn, 71, had an estimated wealth of €4.7 billion in 2008 before his company collapsed in 2011.

QUINN FAMILY FEARS 'BEING BLAMED'He expressed how he and his family fear that they may be seen as responsible for the spate of attacks against high-profile members of the Quinn Group.He continued: “My family has been on and they’re outraged as well.

"They’ve been on to me that we’re going to take the flak for this, and that we are being blamed for this, and that some people will look in our direction at it.”Lunney was returning to his family home in Kinawley, from the Quinn Group’s plant in Derrylin Co

Fermanaghwhen his car was rammed off the road.He tried to lock himself inside his car but four masked men smashed his windows and dragged him from the vehicle.They then bundled him inside a boot of another car before driving to an unknown location where he was badly beaten.

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The thugs then forced him into a another car and Mr Lunney was driven to Drumcoughill, Cornafean inwhere he was dumped on the side of a road.MOST READ IN NEWSDublin landlord seeks 'sex for rent' from female tenant in seedy text messagesWORLD AT RISK

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Lunney’s car and another vehicle were found in flames near his family home where he was abducted at around 7pm.At a press conference held by investigators at Enniskillen Police Station yesterday afternoon, Lunney’s injuries were described as “life-changing.”

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Kevin Lunney abduction: Sean Quinn tells local radio station his family is afraid they'll be blamedSean Quinn tells local radio station his family is afraid they'll be blamed for 'barbaric' attack on Kevin Lunney The fact that the ‘Sean Quinn Community’ Facebook page ceased its rants and ravings on the day of the Quinn kids settlement suggests some link between the family and the cheerleaders for the attackers. They were useful idiots for the Quinns until they got favourable terms. Some group did this for a reason. This wasn’t done because locals are still mad at the fact the Quinns no longer run the business. It’s 10+ years on. Someone is gaining monetarily from this. Need to ask who has something to gain from it and you will find the people behind this.

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Executives of empire formerly controlled by Sean Quinn living under threatOn Tuesday night the vile and sustained campaign of terror was ramped up with the abduction and serious assault on key employee Kevin Lunney