Yesterday afternoon a group of people from Friends of Banking Ireland went to the Knight Frank’s auctioneers office on Pembroke Street in Dublin, requesting that Knight Frank refrain from selling family homes or family farms that are the subject of litigation or are being sold without the consent of owners. They were later joined by Senator David Norris.
James Beades, of the group, said:
“He [unnamed] also told us he’d be able to get the Irish Times to get the story out, his side of the story so it seems to be that the Irish Times now, because these guys put advertisements in the Irish Times, that they can get the high moral ground, so maybe we’ll ask the Irish Times what they’ve got to say.”
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