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Guinness kidnap: fourth man convicted

Guinness kidnap: fourth man convicted

FORTY-NINE years-old Brian Mc- Nicholl was yesterday evening found guilty of the kidnap of Mrs. Jennifer Guinness. Derry-born McNichol!, with an address at Waterloo Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin, was convicted of falsely imprisoning her at Waterloo Road on April 16 last. The eight-m
November 18, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ORDEAL OF A KIDNAP VICTIM

ORDEAL OF A KIDNAP VICTIM

Full-page spacial—Page Six• McNichol! was also said to have visited a friend in Ct. Westmeath after the release of Mrs. Guinness and told him: "1 organised the kidnapping. What will I do? I am in desperate trouble. My boys kidnapped Mrs Guinness." McNichol! revealed no reaction
November 18, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the calmness

the calmness

actions. and the limited number of shots fired. Although no organisation had claimed responsibility for the killing more than two hours atter the killing, police said they suspect the ultra - left movement Direct Action was responsible. This underground group has claimed respons
November 18, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WIT H DAN PARTY CING. Le PACXAGE opardstown Inn. Stillorgan. TedepbonallB9lB9/886767.

WIT H DAN PARTY CING. Le PACXAGE opardstown Inn. Stillorgan. TedepbonallB9lB9/886767.

November 18, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Armed men net over

Armed men net over

November 18, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRELAND PAYS TRIBUTE TO A THEATRICAL LEGEND ...

IRELAND PAYS TRIBUTE TO A THEATRICAL LEGEND ...

BRIEFLY `Gag' claim by Magill An application made on behalf of Magill Publications Ltd.. to have a libel action brought against them by former Minister of State Eddie Collins struck out, was refused by Mr. Justice MacKenzie in the High Court yesterday. Mr. Hugh Mohan BL. for Mag
November 18, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
,Elm. ransom was

,Elm. ransom was

been in conversation earlier at a nearby pub with Mr. Kerrigan, who had expressed concern over something which •"wasn't right" in his home. The detectise ca ll ^d to the door and spoke to Mr. Kerrigan, him that eserything was in order. He went away. but senior officers, who hear
November 18, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
• Gillian Guinness finger clue.

• Gillian Guinness finger clue.

Sirs. Jenny Chekleton and herd twhler Olhe in%ited into bouse for tea. The uniformed local men came seeking Mrs. Rosita Shekleton, who lives next door and wo is married to the house owner's con. Mrs. Shekleton had had her handbag stolen during a recent festisal in Drumconrath an
November 18, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Tom Reddy reports

Tom Reddy reports

November 18, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Irish writers.

Irish writers.

addrecs the guest of honour His membership stemmed from a Sean IVlacßride and the opportunity meeting with leading British ti chat to the likes of Ulick biographer Mich a e I Holroyd, O'Connor, Gordon Thomas. Lee presently working on a major study Dunne and playwright Bernard of
November 18, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland