Former Anglo Irish Bank CEO Charged With 33 Counts of Fraud

From Irish Central

Former Anglo Irish Bank Chief Executive David Drumm has appeared in court in Dublin charged with 33 offences including fraud, conspiracy to defraud and false accounting. He has been granted bail subject to strict conditions.

The judgement was handed down by Judge Michael Walsh, at the Dublin District Court, just before 3pm. Drumm will have to surrender his passports. Walsh asked Drumm to give evidence under oath that he did not own a US passport and would not seek one as part of his bail conditions.

Drumm is not allowed to leave Ireland. The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) requested that his travel be restricted to inside County Dublin. 

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