Criminal Investigation of Allied Irish Bank plc
Yesterday evening, 01/03/2013 a Criminal Complaint was lodged and a statement taken by An Garda Siochana at the Bridewell Station in Dublin. The criminal acts complained and alleged in the statement pertain to Allied Irish Bank plc and include reckless lending, operating a Bank without a valid Bank License and breach of Liquidity Laws among others, this only the second such complaint made in the history of the State, the first having been made on February 14th 2013 at Malahide Garda Station, to date no “Pulse” incident number has been provided by An Garda Siochana for the first complaint, that in itself is the basis of a subsequent complaint to the Garda Ombudsman, the Dept of Justice and the Minister himself. The complaint lodged last night has been assigned a Pulse incident number, we will await the outcome of the Garda investigation of this Criminal Complaint.
Posted on March 3, 2013, in Crime, Government, Ireland and tagged Allied Irish Bank, Awaken Longford, Bank of Ireland, Banking Services, Banks, Business, Crime, Dublin, Financial Services, Ireland, Irish, Irish News. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.