Last year, a Wexford woman, Rebecca French, was murdered. Her body was tied up in the boot of her own car which was driven a short distance from the murder scene and set alight.
Very quickly, the gardai had arrested and subsequently charged a number of people with crimes associated with the murder.
Last week, one man who was to be tried for murder had a lesser plea accepted and the murder charge struck out. It was later stated that no-one will ever be charged with the woman's murder. There were 'technical issues' with the admissability of statements made.
Does anyone know how in God's name did this come about? Has our glorious Minister for Justice offered any explanation?
No murder charges over Rebecca French death - RT News