This is an excerpt from: Grieving developer urges NAMA to treat debtors 'with humanity' - National News - Independent.ie
In an emotional interview with the Irish Independent, Mr Paddy Kelly revealed the deep stresses that Mr O'Regan had been under in recent months as years of high profile clashes with his banks took a toll. "Hugh was deeply wounded by what was going on.
"There is no compassion, it's as though we don't care for each other anymore. There is a poison in our country, where did that come from?" asked Mr Kelly. Mr Kelly said that he was seeing developers whose loans have been transferred to NAMA who are now experiencing huge mental health problems.
Should we be a forgiving nation or should the people who rode the tiger and lost be welcomed back into the fold of those who are now picking up all the pieces of their mess, experiencing the deep stresses and also being screwed by the banks?