Andy Cash the suspect in the murder of the three Tallaght siblings who were buried today had his second day in court today.
Andy Cash who was named after his late father reportedly stabbed his three siblings to death in their home on Saturday.
He is said to have killed his twins siblings of Christy and Chelsea Cawley. When his sister Lisa Cash tried to intervened, he killed her too.
His bloodbath led him to also try killing his 14 year old brother Mikey. The youngster did the unthinkable when he jumped out of their upstairs window.
His decision shocked even Andy Cash himself. It was the attempt of Mikey who alerted neighbors of the happenings in their home.
Andy Cash did the unimaginable when he drew the bodies of his twin siblings down through the window.
It seems his anger against them was still not enough even after killing them.
He was arraigned in a special court session on Monday evening at 9pm. His charges were read to him and he responded no comment to each of the three things that he was charged with.
His no comment were the only words that he spoke in court on that day.
His second day in court was on Friday at the time his siblings funeral was ongoing at the St. Aidan’s Church.
Andy Cash appeared in court before Judge Cephas Powers at Cloverhill District Court. He did this through a video link from his base in the Midlands Prison.
Reports say when the judge ask Andy Cash to confirm his name he did not comment. This forced the judge Cephas Powers to remand him in prison further.
There also a Garda application for the accused to be remanded in prison.
Andy Cash had given a sign of his unwillingness to cooperate with Garda even from the onset.
He refused to put down his weapon when the police first appeared.
It means it will be long journey before the dead can get justice if Andy Cash should continue not to cooperate.