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Ireland'Horrific attack' - Top executive of Quinn Industrial Holdings suffers serious injuries after being abducted and assaulted

13:55  18 september  2019
13:55  18 september  2019 Source:   independent.ie

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Kevin Lunney, director and chief operating officer of Quinn Industrial Holdings , which operates around Ireland’s border region, was abducted and assaulted on Tuesday, in an escalation of a campaign against the company. Lunney’s car was discovered on fire near his family home

Quinn Industrial Holdings ’ director Kevin Lunny was attacked near his County Fermanagh home. Adrian Barden, the chairman of Quinn Industrial Holdings , said the "brutal" incident was the latest in a PSNI Det Insp Trevor Stevenson added: "This was a horrific attack and we are liaising with our

'Horrific attack' - Top executive of Quinn Industrial Holdings suffers serious injuries after being abducted and assaulted Kevin Lunney

A top executive of Quinn Industrial Holdings has been hospitalised after he was abducted and assaulted , the company had announced.

The sinister attack - which left Kevin Lunney with serious injuries to his face and leg - is the latest in a series of violent incidents that have plagued the business.

The company said it fears someone will be killed if authorities do not act urgently.

Mr Lunney, director and chief operating officer of Quinn Industrial Holdings (QIH), is in hospitalised following his abduction and a vicious assault that occurred last evening, QIH said.

The PSNI are investigating the incident, which occurred as Mr Lunney was returning to his family home in Kinawley, Co Fermanagh from his workplace in nearby Derrylin.

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He suffered serious facial injuries when he was sprayed with a corrosive substance. A similar attack was perpetrated in Stratford on Sunday when a man had acid thrown in his face after he The majority – 60% of cases – were assaults , and a quarter involved acid or another chemical being

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Mr Lunney (50) was abducted from his home in Derrylin, Co Fermanagh at around 6.40pm yesterday.

He was found seriously assaulted at the side of the road Drumcoughill, Cornafean, Co Cavan by locals just before 9pm.

PSNI Detective Inspector Trevor Stevenson said: “We understand that the man was abducted from his home in Derrylin at around 6.40pm yesterday evening, Tuesday 17 September, and was seriously assaulted before being left at the side of the road at Drumcoughill, Cornafean, Co Cavan.

"He was discovered by local residents just before 9pm and was brought to hospital with serious injuries to his face and leg.

“This was a horrific attack and we are liaising with our colleagues at An Garda Síochána."

He said that they are appealing for anyone who may have witnessed a black saloon Audi being driven in the Derrylin, Fermanagh / Swanlinbar, Cavan areas to contact gardai or the PSNI on 101, quoting reference number 1748 of 17/09/19.

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Kevin Lunney abduction: Sean Quinn tells local radio station his family is afraid they'll be blamed Kevin Lunney was abducted from his home in Co Fermanagh on Tuesday evening. The company director was taken to another location and attacked before being dumped on the side of a road in Cavan with what are being described as “life-changing” injuries a number of hours later. Speaking to local radio station Northern Sound this morning, Quinn hit out at those responsible for the attack. “My reaction would be the same as anybody else: it would be a sense of outrage. It would appear to me to be a fairly barbaric attack,” he said.

A woman has suffered serious injuries to her face after becoming the latest victim of an acid attack in Britain. The 47-year-old was targeted at about 10 am on Tuesday in the Ladywood area of Birmingham by an individual on a passing moped or bicycle. West Midlands police appealed for witnesses or

A 47-year-old woman has suffered serious injuries after a corrosive substance was thrown in her face today Female victim being treated in hospital after attack in Birmingham this morning. Three other younger men are also being grilled in connection with Saturday afternoon's horrific attack after

A garda spokesperson said: "Gardaí and the PSNI are cooperating into the investigation of an incident that occurred in Fermanagh yesterday evening, Tuesday 17th of September. A male is receiving medical treatment at a hospital in the Republic of Ireland."

'Horrific attack' - Top executive of Quinn Industrial Holdings suffers serious injuries after being abducted and assaulted © 2010 AFP PSNI are investigating the incident. (stock photo)

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Facebook says it removed a 'significant number of posts' about QIH executives in recent years .
Gardaí and the PSNI are continuing to probe the attack on Kevin Lunney.Their statement comes after a colleague of Kevin Lunney, John McCartin, told RTÉ’s Claire Byrne Live last night that posts making claims about the executives had remained on the social media platform for “years”.

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