Dirty Money: The Story of the Criminal Assets Bureau

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Dirty Money: The Story of the Criminal Assets Bureau
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Dirty
Format Crime
Starring Paul Williams
Voices of Paul Williams
Narrated by Paul Williams
Country of origin Ireland
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 6
Production
Running time 60 mins (including commercials)
Broadcast
Original channel TV3
Picture format 14:9
Original run 25 February 2008 – 3 April 2008

Dirty Money: The Story of the Criminal Assets Bureau was an Irish crime program broadcast on TV3 at 10pm on Monday nights. The show began on 25 February and ended on 3 April 2008. The series comprised six one-hour episodes examining the role of the Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB). The program was presented and narrated by the then Sunday World journalist Paul Williams.[1] Williams explores what led to the establishment of the multi-agency Bureau and interviews the people who played a big part in the formation of the bureau.[2]

The series was released on DVD in the run up to Christmas 2008. The programme began a repeat broadcast on 6 January 2009, ending on 9 February 2009.

Episodes[edit]

  • Episode 1 - Establishment of the Bureau, including the murder of Veronica Guerin
  • Episode 2 - The CAB operation against John Gilligan, his assets and his gang
  • Episode 3 - Starting Days of CAB and more on Veronica Guerin
  • Episode 4 - The CAB operation against tax-dodger Ray Burke
  • Episode 5 - The CAB operation against bank robber Gerry Hutch
  • Episode 6 - Seizing the assets of the IRA

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