Jury out in Dublin murder trial

The jury is out in the trial of a 40-year-old Dublin man accused of murdering a man who was struck almost 60 times in the head, neck and arms with a machete-type weapon and a knife.

Wayne Kinsella with an address at The Plaza, Tyrrelstown, has pleaded not guilty to the murder of Adel Essalhi in the fields behind the Plaza in Tyrrelstown, Blanchardstown, on January 6 last year.

The prosecution alleges Wayne Kinsella and a relative killed the 31-year-old having “got it into their heads” that he was involved in the death of Wayne's brother Lee Kinsella.


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