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IrelandIndentations on paper found in Quirke's office read 'dispose of clothes\phone\other evidence', court hears

17:55  13 march  2019
17:55  13 march  2019 Source:   independent.ie

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Indentations on paper found in Quirke's office read 'dispose of clothes\phone\other evidence', court hears © COLLINS PHOTO AGENCY Accused: Patrick Quirke has denied the murder of popular DJ Bobby Ryan. Photo: Collins Courts

INDENTATIONS on a sheet of paper found in Patrick Quirke's office found he had previously written 'what the Guards will know' and 'dispose of clothes\phone\other evidence’ on another sheet of paper.

Detective Garda Jermiah Moloney from the Document and Handwriting section of the Technical Bureau told the murder trial that he used a specialised machine to capture notes written on other pages by Mr Quirke, the evidence of which was found on an A4 sheet of paper on which was written a series of visible questions that were heard by the jury today.

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Indentations on paper found in Quirke's office read 'dispose of clothes\phone\other evidence', court hears © Independent News & Media Trial: Patrick Quirke with his wife Imelda arriving at court as the case continued. Photo: Mark Condren He explained that the machine was an electrostatic detection apparatus that can detect, or cause to be detected, indentations on a sheet of paper.

Michael Bowman SC for the defence asked if it rendered visible to the naked eye what would otherwise be invisible to the naked eye and the garda said that in some cases the indentations are visible but in the main the indentations are not visible.

Det Gda Moloney explained to the court that he could not decipher all the words in each line and so left a blank where he could not make the word out.

Indentations on paper found in Quirke's office read 'dispose of clothes\phone\other evidence', court hears Murder victim Bobby Ryan; his body was found in a slurry tank when it was drained in April 2013 at Mary Lowry’s farm. On the front on the page found in Mr Quirke's office, he said he found the indentations: "Gary ( ) empty tank two loads," as well as "agitate need water."

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caption: in a pleading, deposition or other paper connected with a case in court , it is the heading or introductory dispose : the act of terminating a judicial proceeding. liberty without due process of law. hearing : a preliminary examination where evidence is taken for the purpose of determining an

circumstantial evidence - All evidence that is not direct evidence (such as eyewitness testimony). court - Government entity authorized to resolve legal disputes. initial hearing - Court proceeding in which the defendant learns of his rights and the charges against him and the judge decides bail.

Line 9 on that page read get load of ( ) following."

Amongst the indentations on the back of the page was found: 'What the guards will know,' 'murdered poss in house' and the word 'dispose' and 'Mary.'

Line 16 read "dispose of clothes\phone\any other evidence," said Dt gda Moloney.

Indentations on paper found in Quirke's office read 'dispose of clothes\phone\other evidence', court hears © INM Mary Lowry. Photo: Tony Gavin Between lines 20 and 21 were the words "phone pinged."

Line 25 read: "Mary had to see\be with him."

Line 29 read: "Mary-needle in haystack."

Line 33 read: "very strange re token search for photos."

Line 36 read: "Did not act on leads ie travelling - salesman."

Line 37 read: "bobby stayed in yard ie 2 mins\10 mins."

Indentations on paper found in Quirke's office read 'dispose of clothes\phone\other evidence', court hears © Collins Photo Agency Evidence: Patrick Quirke, who denies murder. Photo: Collins Michael Bowman SC for the Prosecution put it to him that it appeared more words could be observed but that he was not confident enough to transcribe them and Det Gda Moloney agreed, saying: "Anything I couldn't interpret or read I didn't transfer into handwritten form."

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Words might be less legible because the pressure on the page might not be so high, he agreed.

Under cross questioning, by Lorcan Staines SC for the defence, he agreed that there were much more indentations on the page. Mr Staines put it to him that there was "at some point so much cross writing you can't make out anything" and he agreed.

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