Ireland 'Cold case' killer jailed after 30 years

12:16  14 april  2017
12:16  14 april  2017 Source:

Married couple jailed for sexual abuse of vulnerable woman who they kept prisoner for 8 years

  Married couple jailed for sexual abuse of vulnerable woman who they kept prisoner for 8 years The Bakers kept their victim in a cold room with no door handle in their Craigavon home. A MARRIED COUPLE from Armagh have been jailed for “an appalling litany of crimes carried out against an extremely vulnerable woman”.The PSNI today welcomed the sentences handed down to Keith and Caroline Baker who pleaded guilty to a range of offences, including a number of sexual assaults over an eight-year period. © Police handout Police images of the video camera and door of the victim's room plus a stocked household fridge - officers said the victim was starved of food.

After more than a decade, a cold - case killing was resolved Wednesday with a guilty plea and sentence of 30 years to life. Jodoin's family tearfully addressed his killer in court, 13 years after he was shot.

This website is temporarily unavailable, please try again later. Cold Case : Teresa Kotomski, 53

John Joseph Malone Pic: Courtpix © Provided by Irish Independent John Joseph Malone Pic: Courtpix A nephew of an elderly woman strangled to death in her home almost three decades ago say they finally have "closure" after her killer was found guilty of her murder.

The body of Ann 'Nancy' Smyth (69) was found in her home - which was set on fire after her murder - on Wolfe Tone Street, Co Kilkenny, on September 11, 1987.

It was the subject of a 'cold case' investigation.

Yesterday, John Joseph Malone (53), of Newpark, Kilkenny City, was found guilty of the murder by a Central Criminal Court jury of seven men and five women who returned their unanimous verdict after three hours and 26 minutes of deliberating. He was sentenced to life imprisonment.

Malone, who was on bail when the trial began, had his bail revoked last week after he was seen shouting abuse at the home of an 81-year-old woman days before she was due to give evidence against him.

Mr Justice Patrick McCarthy allowed Ms Smyth's family to make a statement to the court.

The victim's nephew Desmond Murphy choked back tears to say: "What happened to Nancy on that night had a major effect on all members of our family."

"Closure is there," he said.

Soldier jailed for killing teen athletes with car .
A soldier who knocked down two teenage athletes with his car after going drinking with colleagues has been jailed for six years. Stacey Burrows, 16, and Lucy Pygott, 17, were on a training run when Michael Casey drove through red lights at a pedestrian crossing in Aldershot. © PA Lucy Pygott and her team-mate Stacey Burrows have been described as 'committed and motivated' The 24-year-old admitted causing death by dangerous driving.He had not seen the red light after becoming distracted by vomit left on the passenger side of the inside of the car, Winchester Crown Court heard.


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