The article looks at Lisa Cash’s murderer first day in Court. What happened and what charges have been preferred against him and what has been his response?
Lisa Cash murderer answers “no comment” to all charges.
Following the gruesome murder of three siblings in Rossfield estate in Tallaght, many have been keen on the case.
Many want to know the identity of the individual and the motive for his action.
The suspect and killer of Lisa Cash and her siblings is no other than Andrew Cash.
He is a 24 old man of Rossfield Avenue, Tallaght.
He appeared at 9pm today at a special sitting of the Criminal Courts of Justice in Dublin on Monday evening.
Andrew Cash has been charged with the murder of the three siblings.
He is said to have been heard saying “no comment” to each charge, and he was remanded into custody.
When will Andrew Cash re-appear in Court?
Andrew Cash who said nothing except his “no comment” statement is expected to have another day in court on Friday.
He is not expected to come physically on Friday, but will appear via video-link at 10.00am.
The Judge who sat on the case, Patricia McNamara remanded Cash in custody at Cloverhill Prison.
Meanwhile a vigil was held in the Tallaght area in memory of the innocent siblings whose lives were taken in that barbaric manner.
“Garda Robert Whitty told the court the accused was cautioned and charged with three counts of murder at 7.51pm on Monday”.
What are his motives for the violent killings?
There is no information about the motive for the killing.
The suspect is said to have refused to comply with officers. He refused the officers directive ordering him to put down his weapon at the scene of the incident.
He is rather said to have allegedly threw the twins bodies down when the police tried to reason with him.
He then rushed inside the house and barricaded himself in the attic.
This action of his forced the police to taster him.