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VIDEO: Sean FitzPatrick speaks of "six years of great personal difficulty" after being found not guilty

FitzPatrick also spoke about the “six years of great personal difficulty” he had endured.

SEAN FITZPATRICK HAS spoken of the “six years of great personal difficulty” he has been through after being found not guilty at the Anglo trial.

FitzPatrick walked free from court this evening after the jury acquitted him of each of the ten charges against him. His co-accused, Willie McAteer and Pat Whelan, are still awaiting the verdict in their charges.

The former CEO and chairman of Anglo Irish Bank waited for around half an hour after the verdict was delivered before delivering a prepared statement to the media.

Here’s what he had to say:


Note: Comments on this article are closed for legal reasons as the trial is still ongoing. 

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