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Cuddihy not guilty of murdering his parents by reason of insanity

first_img Twitter Two forensic psychiatrists agreed that Julian Cuddihy was having a psychotic episode when he killed his parents Kathleen and James Snr.In the lead up to the killings, he was refusing to eat because he was convinced his mother was trying to poison him.He couldn’t sleep because he was worried people were stealing his thoughts and he was convinced the IRA was trying to recruit him.His family were concerned, and tragically his father James Snr cancelled an appointment with local mental health services just six days beforehand.On the night of the killings, he said he could hear his mother’s voice in his head asking him to take their lives so they could go to heaven.The jury returned with the special verdict of NOT guilty by reason of insanity after deliberating for less than an hour.He’ll now undergo further assessment before the court decides on the best course of action for him later this month. Cuddihy not guilty of murdering his parents by reason of insanity Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Twitter Julian Cuddihy has been found NOT guilty by reason of insanity of murdering his parents at their home in Carndonagh, Co. Donegal in October 2014.Mr. Cuddihy believed he was carrying out his mother’s wish to go to heaven when he attacked her and his father with an axe. Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal WhatsApp Pinterest By admin – June 9, 2016 Google+ Previous articleThomas Corrigan says Fermanagh respect Donegal but don’t fear themNext articleTony Blair and John Major in Derry today campaigning for remain camp in EU referendum admin WhatsApp Google+ Facebook 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Homepage BannerNews Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Facebook 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North last_img read more

Snowy Monday Morning

first_imgA Winter Weather Advisory continues this morning as light snow falls across the area. Fortunately, snow was not heavy enough to accumulate on most roads and sidewalks. Snow will end before 11am. Total accumulations of around 1″ is expected on grassy areas and cars. Sunshine should return during the afternoon and temperatures will top out in the upper 30s to near 40 degrees which will help with melting.NOAA: Temperatures climb into the upper 30s which will help melt the snow.Even though we will see some clearing this afternoon, we expect a quick shot of scattered snow showers to develop late this afternoon. Reduced visibilities for a short period of time is possible as these brief squalls move through and could produce a quick dusting.Computer models show late afternoon rain/snow showers moving through. (Courtesy: in mind with clear skies Monday night, any wet surfaces will refreeze.The next disturbance will swing by on Tuesday to our north. Any snow from this system will be confined across North Pennsylvania and Northwestern NJ. For us, only a slight chance of a shower.Computer models show next disturbance moves by to our north. (Courtesy: the remainder of the week will be tranquil with high temperatures in the low to mid 40s.Our next colder blast will arrive Friday & Saturday which will be followed by a significant storm next Sunday & Monday. More on that later this week…last_img read more

Multitalented Key sisters top runners in the City

first_imgAMBER AND KAYLA KEY (Courier Photos/William McBride/File) by Malik VincentIt’s one thing to have to devote time to being one of the young bright artists of Pittsburgh.And it’s another thing to be track and field champs, numbers one and two in Cross Country, and—in the case of one—All-City basketball player. This is, indeed, the case for Amber and Kayla Key of East Liberty. Both are Visual Arts majors at the Pittsburgh Public High School for the Creative and Performing Arts.Amber finished second to the younger Kayla for the second year in the row with a time of 21:32 at this year’s Cross Country championships in Schenley Park on Oct. 22. However, the senior Key is a two-time City League track and field champion of the mile event and is looking to take that into the upcoming season and into college.She has aspirations of, perhaps, becoming a walk-on to Howard University’s track team. But she currently has a NCAA Division-II scholarship offer on the table with West Chester near Philadelphia.“I visited Howard’s campus and loved the big city environment but the campus is small enough for me to be comfortable with,” Amber said, who is a member of the National Honor Society. “But if I don’t go there, I’d be just fine with going to West Chester to continue my career.”Division-III Washington and Jefferson College has also shown interest in Amber.Kayla has had huge success in what’s just her sophomore year. The two-time city champion of cross country and the winner of the 200-meter dash in track last season as a freshman, Kayla was also honored in 2010 as an All-City basketball honorable mention as Westinghouse’s starting point guard.Both sisters finished around the top-200 in PIAA State competition this season, as well, in cross country (Kayla: 171, Amber: 211).Their parents, Emmanuel and Marion Key started a track and field club called iSpeed that trains young athletes ages 6-18.Locally, iSpeed competes mostly against Three Rivers Track and Field (with its 30-plus squads) and, said Emmanuel, has competed in national meets against USA track and field organizations. They’ve gone as far as New Orleans for the Junior Olympics.“iSpeed has helped so much with our development over the years,” Amber said. The background in track has helped with the speed aspect of our cross country game, tremendously.”The two girls still train with their father.“I feel very good about what my daughters are accomplishing,” Emmanuel Key said. “Numbers one and two in the city cross country and everything else. It’s tremendous. I’m so proud of all of the things that they’re doing.”Despite different art concentrations, both sisters remain involved in their crafts. Amber, who wants to major in art education, is more into drawing and painting. Kayla enjoys sculpting and T-shirt printing.But Kayla admits that having a packed schedule and limited time makes things tough at times.“We often have to travel from one side of town to the other to make practices and meets and that raises a challenge from time-to-time,” said Kayla.When kids are usually dismissed from school shortly after 2 p.m., CAPA doesn’t dismiss until 3:38 p.m.“I know for basketball they usually have to do weightlifting and stuff without me and by the time I arrive to Westinghouse they’re just getting to the gym,” Kayla added. “They have definitely changed cross country practice in order for my sister and me to make it on time. It gets pretty crazy, that’s for sure.”(To find out more information on iSpeed track club access their webpage at Malik Vincent can be reached at [email protected] or follow him on Twitter @malikvincent.)last_img read more