Quinn seeks to defend himself against Anglo Irish claims


The Irish Times reported that the bankrupt businessman made an unexpected court appearance yesterday at the action taken by his wife and children to avoid liability for the loans.

Mr Justice Peter Kelly read a letter sent by Mr Quinn asking for permission to personally defend the case, and called him to sit in the front bench with the lawyers for Anglo.

Mr Quinn said that as he had been "a major part" of the situation over the past 10 years, he "would have thought it was useful for the court to

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