Tuesday, February 23, 2010


Albert Reynolds, former prime minister of Ireland.

Gail Folliard, Evan Dennings and Kevin Daveron, who appear to be Irish passport holders, were named as Dubai assassins.

According to The Irish Times, on 23 February 2010, Kevin Daveron gave as his home address a property in Dublin, owned by the brother of former Irish prime minister Albert Reynolds. (Dubai death suspect used Dublin 4 address)


In 1994 the authorities in Northern Ireland (UK) sought the extradition from Ireland of Father Brendan Smyth, a Catholic priest linked to child sexual abuse. (Priest sex abuse case stirs political storm in Ireland.)

Albert Reynolds' government appeared to be protecting Smyth.

Reynolds' government fell, and there was talk of a conspiracy involving politicians, members of Opus Dei, and others.

Reynolds allegedly "raised US$1m in funding for his political party Fianna Fail in 1994, but only £70,000 found its way back to party HQ."

A Mr Tom Gilmartin claimed "he had been given to understand that the rest of the money 'fell off the plane and drifted to the Cayman Islands or the Bahamas'". (Blow to tribunal as ill Reynolds pulls out - Mahon Tribunal. )

US Embassy, Dublin (http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:American_Embassy.jpg John M. Johansen)

The Irish Times has obtained a copy of an invoice issued by Dubai's Jumeirah Emirates Towers hotel to a Mr Kevin Daveron.

The invoice gives his address as 6 Elgin Road, in Ballsbridge in Dublin.

This property has been owned by James Reynolds since the 1960s.

The property is close to the diplomatic missions of the US and Israel.

The Irish passports reportedly used in the Dubai operation contain numbers that correspond with those of legitimate Irish passports.


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