Naked man questioned over deaths
Friday 27 November 2009
A man arrested for questioning about three murders in Limerick sat naked for several hours while he was being quizzed by detectives earlier this week.
He was one of two suspects taken out of prison, where they were serving sentences for unrelated crimes, to be questioned about the shootings of Roy Collins, Shane Geoghegan and James Cronin in the city.
One of the suspects, a father in his 20s, stripped off in the interview room and refused to put his clothes back on.
The incident was recorded on camera.
The suspect clothed himself after a few hours and the two men were later returned to prison.
A third suspect was taken from his prison cell yesterday morning and also brought to Lucan Garda Station for questioning about the murders.
Source: Irish Independent
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