Episode 60: CAB target Jonathan Gill and his new 'dispute-solving' business
He says he can solve disputes in broken marriages, business upheavals and even in neighbourhood rows
He is a well known Criminal Assets Bureau target who was once put on trial for a tiger kidnapping, but Dubliner Jonathan Gill has now launched a new venture as a conflict negotiator and says he can solve disputes in broken marriages, business upheavals and even in neighbourhood rows.
With no major convictions, Gill says he is innocent of any involvement in crime but the courts have heard differently - and on one occasion he was described as one of Ireland’s top criminals.
Here, Nicola Tallant chats with Sunday World Deputy Editor Niall Donald about Gill and his new business venture.
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