The daughter of a Limerick man who died at the hands of his wife and father-in-law is officially launching a series of books written by her to help other children and adolescents who have experienced trauma in their lives.
A sister of murdered Irish father-of-two Jason Corbett has revealed the images of her brother’s death at the hands of his jailed American wife and father-in-law will never leave her as they are imprinted on her mind forever.
Tom and Molly Martens, the father and daughter convicted of killing Irishman Jason Corbett in the US, did not know about a life insurance policy Mr Corbett had until after his death, their family claim.
The sister of Irish man Jason Corbett who was murdered by his wife and father-in-law in North Carolina in 2015, has expressed her faith in the North Carolina justice system as an appeal commenced.
Molly Martens, convicted of killing her husband, Limerickman Jason Corbett, has argued her conviction should be overturned because prosecutors never presented any evidence contradicting her statement to law enforcement officials that her husband choked her and that she was never the aggressor.
In closing arguments, Davidson County prosecutors alleged that former FBI agent Thomas Martens and his daughter Molly brutally bludgeoned Irish businessman Jason Corbett to death with a metal bat and a concrete paving brick and then concocted a story of self-defense to cover up their crime.
The father-in-law of Irishman Jason Corbett took the stand yesterday in a North Carolina courtroom describing how he repeatedly beat the 39-year-old Irishman on the head with a baseball bat in the early hours of August 2, 2015,
Thomas Martens, the man accused of murdering his son-in-law Jason Corbett, testified in court yesterday that, during the time of the Irishman’s marriage to his daughter, Molly Martens, Mr Corbett was not “his favourite person.”