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Ireland Cork murder accused walked out of pub and shouted 'I killed him', court hears

12:00  29 november  2019
12:00  29 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Chloe Dingivan-O’Connell told the Central Criminal Court sitting in Cork how she went to help Paddy ‘Ginty’ O’Donnell after finding the pub landlady, Teresa She said that Michael Dineen came out of the premises shouting : “ I killed him , I killed him ”. The young mum, who was pregnant at the time

Picture: Daragh Mc Sweeney/ Cork Courts Limited. A young man who admitted the unlawful killing of a father of five at a pub in Mitchelstown walked down the middle of the road in an act of bravado afterwards shouting , ' I am the king of Mitchelstown'. He also emphasised the presumption that the accused was not guilty of murder unless There were seven teeth knocked out of Mr O’Donnell

Michael Dineen © Daragh Mc Sweeney/Cork Courts Limited Michael Dineen

A man accused of the murder of a father of four walked out of a pub and shouted “I killed him, I killed him,” the Central Criminal Court sitting in Cork has heard.

Michael Dineen, 28, is on trial charged with the murder of 36-year-old Patrick O’Donnell at a pub in Mitchelstown, Co Cork on June 1, 2018.

It is alleged that Mr Dineen repeatedly punched Mr O'Donnell on the night of his death.

The trial today heard that Mr Dineen, who is from Mitchelstown, banged on the counter of the pub following the alleged assault demanding a pint of water so that he could “wake up Paddy”.

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I saw the accused kneeling over him punching the daylights out of him in the face. I said, ‘stop it now’. He was lying in a pool of blood.” Mr Doyle said the defendant left the pub and went outside but He had lost seven teeth in the assault and she found one of these lodged in his windpipe and a

In his statement, read by Captain Freddy Magagula before court , the accused said that, after his arrest by Baloyi on August 19, 2014, he had arranged to "It was not my aim to kill Baloyi. I killed him only to assist Thabo, as evidence against him was overwhelming. I ran out of prison because I was

Jurors heard that it took an ambulance over 45 minutes to arrive at the scene that night once a pub employee raised the alarm.

The ambulance had to travel from Mitchelstown to Tipperary to transport O’Donnell to hospital.

Chris Jackson smiling for the camera: Patrick O'Donnell © Provided by Irish Mirror Patrick O'Donnell

When he was arraigned on Monday Mr Dineen pleaded not guilty to the murder of Patrick O'Donnell at Willie Andie's Pub on New Square, Mitchelstown on June 1, 2018. However, he pleaded guilty to manslaughter.

Former Chief State Pathologist Professor Marie Cassidy indicated that the case of death was inhalation of blood and teeth relating to blunt force trauma to the head.

She said that his death occurred as a direct result of trauma.

The presence of tranquillisers and alcohol in the system was a contributory cause of death.

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He admits being guilty of manslaughter, not guilty of murder . Ted Fitzgerald, a customer in the pub that night said he pretended to be on the phone at around Ms Walsh told the court : “She said, ‘Don’t go in, I think he’s dead’. I told her I had CPR training. Michael Dineen came over and said, ‘ I killed him , I

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Seven of Mr O'Donnell's teeth were dislodged in the incident and he also had several loose teeth.

In evidence witness Chloe Dingivan-O'Connell told how she had gone to the assistance of Mr O'Donnell.

She had found pub worker Teresa Walsh standing outside the premises looking "terrified” following the assault.

a group of people standing in front of a car: Gardai on duty outside Willie Andies pub, Mitchelstown, Co Cork © Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision Gardai on duty outside Willie Andies pub, Mitchelstown, Co Cork

Ms Dingivan-O’Connell said that Mr Dineenthen came out of the pub.

"He said: 'I killed him, I killed him.' He came towards me but Iveered off and went into the pub."

She said that Mr O'Donnell was lying on his back on the pub floor. He was in a bloodied state.

"He was all bashed up - (it was) really bad."

"He looked dead, gone."

CPR was commenced on Mr O’Donnell. She said that he attempted to breathe.

"There were air bubbles of blood coming out of his nose," she said.

The trial previously heard that Mr Dineen walked out of the pub, took his shirt off and proclaimed himself 'The King of Mitchelstown'.

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