Last night's Primetime refered to Patrick Neary and had one of those old file photos from one of his cringeworthy interviews he did on the run up to the bank guarantee, but nothing more recent.
Considering he, more than almost anyone else, has been repeatedly implicated in the general cluelessness that allowed Gov.ie guarantee the banks against "the best available advice", it seems odd that he had been allowed to disappear off into the sunset.
No Oireactas Committee appearances, no what's he doing now colour pieces, no reportage at all. It's as if he took a large wedge of cash and high-tailed it into the wilderness. I would have thought his evidence and opinions would have been fundamental to the recent reports into the banking crisis, but...nothing.
Anyone know where he is and what he's doing?