Judge to sentence three men over Polish man's killing

Three Dublin men will be sentenced today for the killing of Lukasz Rzeszutko in Dublin nearly two years ago.

Three Dublin men will be sentenced today for the killing of Lukasz Rzeszutko in Dublin nearly two years ago.

Two of the men will be sentenced for manslaughter, while the third, 20-year-old Martin Morgan of Tonlegee Road, Raheny, will be formally sentenced for the murder of the 27-year-old Polish man.

Lukasz Rzeszutko died after he was attacked outside the Kish Fish factory in Coolock at around 4am on the morning of October 2, 2010.

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