- Dec 12, 2005
I wonder what their deliberations were ...The judge can decide, via sentence, of how serious an offence of manslaughter it was, I believe
There was no evidence at all that he walked into the knife. It was a suggestion put forward by Mahon in his defense.Hard to know but it's clear the victim had very serious mental health issues and suicidal thoughts over his missing sister so it's possible this happened.
There's some suggestion on wiki page dedicated to her but its far from credible IMO.Where did you get that from? This family appears, to say the least, very strange to me.
Dean Fitzpatrick's dad Christopher speaks of court battle relief as judge rules against mum's family grave for stab victim - Irish Mirror OnlineChristopher Fitzpatrick spoke of his relief after he won a High Court case to prevent his ex-wife Audrey Fitzpatrick from burying Dean in a grave beside her mother.
The heartbroken dad told the court he wanted to bury his beloved son in a grave where he hopes to one day place his missing daughter Amy, if her body is found.
But the 47-year-old revealed he was devastated at being forced to go to court to win that right.
He said: “I’m glad that this is all over. I offered mediation but it was not accepted. They made the funeral arrangements without our knowledge.
“We were left with no other option but to go down this route. It didn’t need to go this far.
It is possible that the mother did too but is that because she is:And her brother knew exactly what was going on
He seems to be a highly manipulative man and a bullyI suspect the mother did too but she is:
a) Infatuated totally with the man
b) Under duress
c) She wanted rid of Amy too
d) All of the above.
First time a body was released to a partner rather than nok I believe.I'd forgotten this, Christopher Fitzpatrick had to go to Court to bury his son as his ex had made the arrangements to do so.
Dean Fitzpatrick's dad Christopher speaks of court battle relief as judge rules against mum's family grave for stab victim - Irish Mirror Online