Preparations are complete in Kilmainham Jail for the expected arrival of ex banker David Drumm.
The former Anglo chief is expected back in Ireland tomorrow morning, from Boston, where he will be taken before the Dublin District Court.
If Drumm is refused bail it is expected that the disgraced banker will be remanded in custody in Kilmainham Jail.
The move may be seen as highly unusual as the jail is no longer in general use. The idea to house Drumm in Kilmainham came from Gerry Adams. The Sinn Fein leader believed that Kilmainham was a suitable holding place for Drumm as he believed it symbolised that corruption and cronyism were at an end in Ireland.
Speculation regarding the possible involvement of Drumm in a re-enactment of the execution in Kilmainham have as of yet been unconfirmed.