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Ireland Quinn CEO slams 'depraved individuals' as Kevin Lunney undergoes surgery following brutal attack

15:05  20 september  2019
15:05  20 september  2019 Source:   independent.ie

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

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

Chief executive of Quinn Industrial Holdings Liam McCaffrey has described Kevin Lunney 's attackers as " depraved individuals ". Injured: Kevin Lunney was abducted from his home and assaulted, before being dumped at the side of the road in Co Cavan. Photo: Lorraine Teevan.

© Independent.ie Kevin Lunney Chief executive of Quinn Industrial Holdings Liam McCaffrey has described Kevin Lunney 's attackers as " depraved Mr Lunney has undergone surgery on his leg following the incident. Mr McCaffrey said Mr Lunney was moved from Cavan General Hospital to

Kevin Lunney © Independent.ie Kevin Lunney Chief executive of Quinn Industrial Holdings Liam McCaffrey has described Kevin Lunney's attackers as "depraved individuals".

Gardai and PSNI are investigating after Mr Lunney was abducted near his home in Derrylin in 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.

Asked by local radio station Northern Sound if he has a message for those who carried out the attack on Mr Lunney, he said: "Anything I say is not going to have an impact on the type of depraved individuals involved here.

Kevin Lunney abduction: Sean Quinn tells local radio station his family is afraid they'll be blamed

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.

Kevin Lunney . Image: Quinn Industrial Holdings. THE DIRECTOR AND Chief Operating Officer of Quinn Industrial Holdings who was brutally attacked on Tuesday evening has undergone a Kevin Lunney , who was abducted in Co Fermanagh and brutally attacked before being left on the side of

The chief executive of a company formerly owned by Sean Quinn has revealed his "terrible fear" that the police investigation into the savage attack on a director The savage attack on Mr Lunney , who is chief operating officer with Quinn Industrial Holdings, marks a sharp escalation in the campaign of

"My message is clear to any decent human being listening on the radio today. If you have any inkling about who has carried this out, you need to get the information to the authorities," he said.

Mr Lunney has undergone surgery on his leg following the incident.

Mr McCaffrey said Mr Lunney was moved from Cavan General Hospital to Drogheda General Hospital on Wednesday night for the operation.

He added: "He underwent a procedure to reset his leg. He had a steel pin in because it was broken in two places. He was happy to get that out of the way because it lessened his pain."

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