Episode 440: The ill-fated Lucky Day and the cocaine incident at Dunlough Bay
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The fate of the crew of the MV Matthew will be played out in court in the coming years as the State makes moves to seize the highly valuable ship. But those who organised the doomed cocaine plot should have considered an earlier plan to use Ireland’s coastline - and one that went spectacularly wrong? Nicola speaks to Eamon Dillon and Niall Donald about the infamous undoing of the crew of the Lucky Day and a bit of bad luck on Dunlough Bay. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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