Court sets date for trial of Limerick woman accused of murder

The Special Criminal Court has set a date in April next year to hear the trial of a Limerick woman, charged with murdering a father of two.

The Special Criminal Court has set a date in April next year to hear the trial of a Limerick woman, charged with murdering a father of two.

Rose Lynch, with an address at Oakleigh Wood, Dooradoyle in Limerick, was charged last December with the murder of Mr David Darcy, who was shot dead while sitting in his van at Cherry Orchard Avenue in Dublin on the morning of November 28 last.

Mr Darcy, who was employed as a driver for a local butcher, was about to go to work when he was killed.

The 49-year-old woman is also charged with membership of IRA.

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