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Ireland Killer Hennessy told wife he would be 'home soon' hours after murdering Jastine (24)

11:40  05 november  2019
11:40  05 november  2019 Source:   independent.ie

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Mark Hennessy telephoned his wife before he was shot dead by a garda on Sunday evening and told her Gardaí believe that, after killing Ms Valdez, Hennessy repeatedly cut himself with a Stanley knife Mark Hennessy : he is believed to have abducted and murdered 24 -year-old Jastine Valdez.

Hennessy rang his wife to confess he had kidnapped and killed Jastine Valdez just moments Missing Jastine Valdez , scene of shooting and kidnapper Mark Hennessy Jastine Valdez brutally died It is believed the dad of two strangled the 24 -year-old student before dumping her body in thick

Killer Hennessy told wife he would be 'home soon' hours after murdering Jastine (24) © Independent.ie Killer Hennessy told wife he would be 'home soon' hours after murdering Jastine (24) Killer Mark Hennessy spoke to his wife and told her he would be "home soon" the morning after he abducted and killed student Jastine Valdez.

Yesterday, an inquest jury returned a verdict of unlawful killing into the death of the 24-year-old who was forced into the boot of a Nissan Qashqai in Enniskerry, Co Wicklow, on May 19, 2018.

The abduction sparked a nationwide Garda alert and the suspect, Hennessy (40), was confronted the following day at a south Dublin business park where he was shot dead by a detective garda.

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Jastine Valdez was murdered , probably by strangulation, on Saturday evening shortly after being A review is also set to be carried out into Hennessy ’s life to establish if he may be linked to any cases in It will be among the cases Hennessy ’s profile is checked against. Jastine Valdez funeral held in

She was soon identified as Jastine . Police tracked him down in his car the following day and when he produced a knife and refused demands to drop it, he “They haven’t been located. But as a cold case investigator what I would be doing is creating a timeline for Mark Hennessy to see if his movements

The inquest was told how Hennessy's wife Nicola last saw her husband at 5.25pm on the day of the abduction when he left with her car to get a bottle of wine.

She spoke to him on the mobile phone between 5.45pm and 6pm and he said that he was going to meet his cousin for a pint.

Ms Hennessy tried to contact her husband a number of times that evening but could not get through, and he did not return home that night.

She said that after numerous phone calls the next morning he answered at around 8am and Ms Hennessy asked her husband where he had stayed.

He told her he had slept at the Seafront that night, which she took to mean Bray, and that he would "be home soon", but the killer had just hours earlier abducted Jastine Valdez before leaving her body in thick gorse at Puck's Castle in Rathmichael, Co Dublin. She was eventually found at 3pm on May 21.

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Killer Mark Hennessy went out partying hours after murdering his victim Jastine Valdez. On Saturday, a short time after abducting and murdering the 24 -year-old student, he was seen out Jastine is believed to have been killed 45 minutes after she was abducted by killer mMark Hennessy .

Mark Hennessy was shot dead by cops after he strangled Jastine Valdez, 24 , and dumped her body for officers to find in Dublin. Mark Hennessy was shot dead by police after killing a student. He then phoned his wife as chillingly told her: "I've done something awful" as police closed in on him .

Harrowing evidence was also given from eye witnesses who reported seeing a woman being bundled into the back of the car and in a distressed state.

A statement was read to the court from Susan Forsyth, who said that at around 6.15pm on May 19 she was driving past Powerscourt on the R760 when she noticed a dark coloured car with no lights on parked along the road.

The boot was open and she heard shouting and began to feel something was terribly wrong. After passing the car she heard screaming, slapping noises and a male "shouting angrily". Ms Forsyth said she saw an "Asian" woman who she thought was aged in her 30s or 40s being pushed into the boot of the car.

Eye witness Gareth Thompson gave evidence that shortly after 6.15pm he was driving northbound on the N11 behind a black Nissan Qashqai, driven by a man with tight cut or shaven hair, and noticed what he described as a little girl in the back of the vehicle.

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It has been confirmed 24 -year-old student Jastine Valdez was strangled to death. It is believed Mr Hennessy phoned his wife before he was shot dead and told her they would never see each The remains are believed to be those of Jastine Valdez and gardaí believe she was killed soon after she

She asked Jastine to buy bread before making her way home . Jastine Valdez ( 24 ) was abducted and murdered shortly after getting off a bus in Enniskerry, Co Wicklow, at She said he answered his phone at 8 am on May 20th and told her he slept in the car on the seafront and would be home soon .

a couple of people posing for the camera: Anguish: Teresita and Danilo Valdez, the parents of Jastine Valdez, with family friends at the inquest into the death of their daughter. Photo: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin © Colin Keegan, Collins Agency, Dublin Anguish: Teresita and Danilo Valdez, the parents of Jastine Valdez, with family friends at the inquest into the death of their daughter. Photo: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

He said it looked like she was screaming or waving and it did not look like she was crying but that there was a "concerned" look on her face, adding she didn't look comfortable.

The witness returned home and spoke to his wife about the incident, saying he wasn't sure if the female in the rear of the vehicle was waving.

His wife told him if he had a gut feeling then he should contact gardaí, and Mr Thompson reported the matter to Bray garda station.

Deputy State Pathologist Dr Linda Mulligan gave evidence of a post-mortem examination carried out on Ms Valdez on the evening of May 21, 2018.

In her evidence, Dr Mulligan gave the cause of the death as asphyxia through external pressure on the neck.

Dr Mulligan also said that toxicology tests found "very low levels of cocaine" in her system which may have been ingested in the hours before she passed away.

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Mark Hennessy with the car the Garda believes he used to abduct Jastine Valdez. They are now examining reports Hennessy went drinking in south Dublin, including at one pub close to his old family home Phoned wife . He told her, the mother of his two children – aged eight months and two years

The man who abducted and murdered Jastine Valdez last week has been cremated following a short service in south Dublin on Saturday afternoon, leaving The ceremony focused on the grief and shock of the Hennessy family rather than on the life of the man who murdered 24 -year-old Ms Valdez after

The inquest had earlier heard evidence from Joseph Squire, who was in a relationship with Ms Valdez at the time of her death, in which he said that the 24-year-old student "never took drugs and was way too innocent for anything like that".

Witness Christina Connolly said that she was in work at around 7pm on May 20 when she read the Irish Independent app and read a story containing details of a car being sought in connection with the disappearance of a woman in Enniskerry.

She later came across the vehicle and notified gardaí. Ms Connolly followed the vehicle until it entered the Cherrywood Business Park, and waited for gardaí. Two undercover vehicles arrived a short time later and confronted Hennessy before he was shot dead.

At the beginning of yesterday's inquest, Coroner Dr Myra Cullinane acknowledged the presence of members of the Valdez family, including her parents Teresita and Danilo, on what she said would be a "difficult day" for them.

Det Supt Frank Keeneghan said that extensive analysis of the phones of Ms Valdez and Hennessy were carried out, including their social media profiles.

However, he said that no prior links between them were found.

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