In a tragic incident in Glin, County Limerick, two farmers – James and Mitchell Narmoyle – now face trial for allegedly causing the death of John Dillane. Accusations suggest that Dillane was fatally struck with a stone thrown by the Narmoyle brothers, resulting in injuries that ultimately led to his demise. As the legal proceedings unfold, the tragic event has undoubtedly shaken the close-knit farming community in Glin.
Tensions continue to run high in the town of Glin, County Limerick, as the Narmoyle brothers, James and Mitchell, prepare to defend themselves amidst these serious allegations. The charges claim that during a heated altercation involving the two farmers and John Dillane, a stone was violently thrown, causing injuries that proved fatal for Dillane. As the trial approaches and evidence mounts, the heartrending incident fuels a mixture of sorrow and agitation within the community, prompting reflections on the consequences of unchecked discord among neighbors. The outcome, regardless of the verdict, is bound to resonate and impact the lives of Glin’s residents for years to come.
Coventry Evening Telegraph – Monday 17 November 1902