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Ireland Man (20) found not guilty of murdering trespasser with half a garden shears

14:50  14 march  2018
14:50  14 march  2018 Source:   independent.ie

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You are using an older browser version. Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. Man ( 20 ) found not guilty of murdering of murdering Wesley Mooney A 20-year-old Dubliner has been cleared of murdering a trespasser in his home by stabbing him with half a garden shears in

A 20 -year-old man has been cleared of murdering a trespasser in his Dublin home by stabbing him with half a garden shears . It is the first murder case defended under the Defence and the Dwelling Act. Martin Keenan, 20 of Cardiffsbridge Avenue, Finglas in Dublin had pleaded not guilty to

Martin Keenan (20) was found not guilty of murdering Wesley Mooney © Provided by Irish Independent Martin Keenan (20) was found not guilty of murdering Wesley Mooney A 20-year-old Dubliner has been cleared of murdering a trespasser in his home by stabbing him with half a garden shears in the first murder case defended under the Defence and the Dwelling Act.

The Central Criminal Court heard that the accused and his wife had returned home that night to find two strangers in their bedroom. The defendant claimed that the deceased had attacked him, and that he (the accused) had picked up the nearest object and hit him with it.

The jury heard that the law gave latitude to homeowners protecting their property. It also heard that the accused was a member of the Travelling community, with his barrister stating that Travellers could be victims of burglaries and trespass too.

Baby's blood found on father's pyjamas, floor and wall - murder trial hears

  Baby's blood found on father's pyjamas, floor and wall - murder trial hears Baby's blood found on father's pyjamas, floor and wall - murder trial hearsJohn Tighe (40) of Lavallyroe, Ballyhaunis, Co Mayo has pleaded not guilty to murdering his son Joshua Sussbier Tighe at his home on June 1, 2013. He is on trial at the Central Criminal Court.

A 20 -year-old Dubliner has been cleared of murdering a trespasser in his home by stabbing him with half a garden shears in the first murder case defended under the Defence and the Dwell.

A 20 -YEAR-OLD DUBLINER has been cleared of murdering a father-of-two he found in his home by stabbing him with half a garden shears in the first murder case defended under the Defence and the Dwelling Act.

The verdict came just minutes after the judge assured the jury that the rest of the case would be conducted in semi-private, due to two jurors being approached by an individual asking how the trial was going.

Martin Keenan (20) of Cardiffsbridge Avenue, Finglas in Dublin had pleaded not  guilty to murdering 33-year-old Wesley Mooney at St Joseph's Park halting site, Dunsink Lane, north Dublin on June 5, 2016.

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John Tighe found guilty of murdering his infant son .
John Tighe found guilty of murdering his infant son by a unanimous jury verdict at the Central Criminal Court. © Provided by Irish Independent John Tighe has pleaded not guilty to murdering his baby. Photo: Collins Courts Tighe (40) of Lavallyroe, Ballyhaunis, Co Mayo had pleaded not guilty to murdering six-and-a-half-month old Joshua Sussbier Tighe at his home on 1 June 2013.The jury of nine women and three men returned at 3pm this afternoon after seven hours and 32 minutes of deliberation to deliver their verdict.

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