NewsMan charged with murder of Limerick motherBy Staff Reporter – April 1, 2015 630 A 41-year-old man has been charged with the murder of Limerick woman Margot Seery in 1994.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Howard Kelly, with an address at Osprey Apartments, Naas, Co. Kildare was arrested last Friday morning in the Kimmage area of Dublin before being brought to court.He was brought to Rathmines Garda station where he was charged with the murder of Margot Seery at Kenilworth Square in Dublin on October 8, 1994. Ms Seery was 49 at the time of her death.Kelly appeared before Judge Michael Walsh at Dublin District Court as Detective Garda Gabriel Duffy indicated that the matter would proceed by way of trial on indictment and that the book of evidence had yet to be completed.Given the nature of the charge, Judge Walsh said he would remand the defendant in custody to appear at Cloverhill District Court next week. Bail can only be adjudicated on by the High Court.Granting free legal aid, the Judge said he was taking account of the fact that defence solicitor Stephen Walsh said that Mr Kelly “has mental health difficulties” and he ordered that all medical assistance should be granted to the accused while in custody.The body of Margot Seery was exhumed from Rathkeale Cemetery on September 16, 2014 and taken to University Hospital Limerick where a post-mortem examination was performed by deputy State pathologist, Dr Michael Curtis.Following the post-mortem examination, the remains were re-interred and a man was arrested and questioned in relation to the death. A file was then prepared for the DPP which subsequently led to the charges being made against Howard Kelly. Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April TAGSfeaturedmargot seery First Irish death from Coronavirus Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended WhatsApp Linkedin Print No vaccines in Limerick yet Previous articleLaunch night for Limerick Film Festival 2015Next articleCraft your network at ‘Business After Hours’ Chamber event Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Email Shannondoc operating but only by appointment Advertisement Facebook Twitter Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHL RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR
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But Colada said priests would continueto say daily Masses in their parish churches with only a “handful of needed andhealthy attendees e.g. lectors, acolytes, choir, regulated by safety protocol,especially social distancing.” Father Angelo Colada, chairperson of theArchdiocese of Jaro’s social communication office, advised the faithful toattend church service through Facebook live streaming or Masses aired live onlocal television networks and radio stations. He disclosed that Treñas has discussedwith Most Reverend Jose Romeo Lazo, Archbishop of Jaro on Sunday further precautionarymeasures to keep worshipers safe from illness. The CBCP also appealed to priests andthe clergy to follow hygiene protocol requested by the Department of Healthsuch as proper handwashing and avoidance of body contact. ILOILO – Catholics should find ways toattend Mass even without being physically present at the sanctuary as biggatherings are discouraged to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). “We have to follow the regulation of thegovernment because sila ya ang expert kon anoang i-recommend nila para sa aton because ang priority naton is ikaayonglawas especially at risk tungod sang COVID-19,”Colada told Panay News. Colada, for his part, said the Dioceseof Jaro is ready to cancel all public Masses, saying they can’t compromise thehealth of the public. Colada’s call came after Mayor Jerry Treñasissued an advisory to cancel all “religious services, masses and the like” in IloiloCity for two weeks as part of precautionary measures against COVID-19. “I am asking everyone to please cancelall religious services, masses and the like in Iloilo City for the next twoweeks as our move to restrict and prevent the spread of COVID-19 virus. Thisvirus is one of the most infectious and virulent one to hit the world and we inthe local government are only trying to keep out city safe,” said Treñas. These are some measures where Catholics couldstill fulfill their Sunday obligation without risking exposure to the virus, hesaid. Earlier, the Catholic Bishops’Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) advised those who are feeling unwellphysically to refrain from liturgical assemblies until they are certain oftheir diagnosis. FAITH VS FEARCatholic devotees kneel and pray at the Jaro Metropolitan Cathedral in Jaro, Iloilo City. Due to concerns over the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019, the Archdiocese of Jaro changed some customs to keep worshipers safe from the fast spreading disease. IAN PAUL CORDERO/PN Liturgical spaces should be disinfectedafter every liturgical service and hand sanitizers placed at the doors ofchurches for church goers./PN