flowers at the scene in Sandyhill Gardens, where Gardai discovered the body of Lisa Thompson, 52 years, on Tuesday. Lisa had been the subject of a serious physical assault, and died as a result of her injuries.
We can reveal that while gardaí continue to keep a “completely open mind” in relation to her death, sources said she may have become “vulnerable” and “inadvertently associated” with local criminal elements due to a change in her lifestyle over the past year.
“Information has come in that this highly respected lady’s life became a bit chaotic in the last few months,” a source said. Because of this situation she may have been in contact with very unsavoury people, which may be who carried out this savage murder.”
Gardaí stressed this was only one line in their detailed enquiries and “every avenue” is being investigated.
Gardai at the scene at a private residence at Sandyhill Gardens, Ballymun where they yesterday discovered the body of Lisa Thompson, age 52, who had been the subject of a serious physical assault, and died as a result of her injuries. Gardai said that she could have been dead for some time before her body was discovered.
A 28-year-old man has admitted murdering an 11-year-old boy in the south of the country over a year ago.
Neither can be named owing to Section 252 of the Children Act, 2001 which prohibits the identification of child victims including a deceased child.
Via RTÉ News:
The man was arraigned before the Central Criminal Court today via video-link from prison.
He pleaded guilty to murdering the boy, who cannot be named because he is a minor, in the south of the country on 3 November 2019.
Furthermore, Mr Delaney said that there was a certain “family relationship” between the accused and deceased and as a result the accused man could not be named in the context of the location of the offence.
A diner in the middle of the desert, two strangers and glass of latte.
An impressive adaptation of one of the “Crìmenes Ejemplares”, a collection of murder chronicles by Max Aub, directed by Italian film and media students Ludovica Baldassarri, Marco Oggero, Fabio Orlando, Edoardo and Vanja Raffaele.