Mary Crosbie at the  Central Criminal Court yesterday after she gave evidence in the trial of Graham Dwyer. Photograph: Collins Courts

A woman was seen crying in Shanganagh Cemetery on the day Elaine O’Hara disappeared, the jury in the trial of murder-accused Graham Dwyer has been (...)

Graham Dwyer, a 42-year-old architect from Kerrymount Close in Foxrock, is charged with murdering childcare worker Elaine O’Hara (36) on August 22nd, 2012. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

In the final day of prosecution evidence in the Graham Dwyer murder trial, the jury heard the accused was asked by gardaí why he looked at images of w(...)

Some of the women in video clips found on Graham Dwyer’s hard drive were “professional”, a jury has been told at the Central Criminal Court. Photograph: Collins.

Some of the women in video clips found on Graham Dwyer’s hard drive were “professional”, a jury has been told at the Central Criminal Court. De(...)

An address book owned by Elaine O’Hara contained an 083 phone number under the name ‘Graham’, a jury at the Central Criminal Court has heard

Images and links from Graham Dwyer’s 087 phone, taken from him when he was arrested, included women being stabbed, strangled and killed, a jury at the(...)

Det Sgt Peter Woods after giving evidence in the trial of Graham Dwyer, who has pleaded not guilty to the murder of Elaine O’Hara. Photograph: Collins Courts

Graham Dwyer admitted knowing Elaine O’Hara and having a sexual relationship with her in Garda interviews, but repeatedly denied murder, a jury at the(...)

Court told video showed plastic bag being placed over Elaine O’Hara’s head.

A video found on an external hard drive seized from the home of Graham Dwyer, showed him strangling Elaine O’Hara, a jury at the Central Criminal Cou(...)

Graham Dwyer,  who was asked about two images  of a girl (17)  immobilised, stabbed and killed on a bed. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Links to images on Graham Dwyer’s 087 work phone, taken from him when he was arrested, included women being stabbed, strangled and killed, a jury at (...)

On Wednesday, Seán Guerin SC, prosecuting, took crime and policing analyst Sarah Skedd (above) through text messages between two mobile phones, known as the master and slave phones, recovered from the Vartry reservoir in Roundwood, Co Wicklow. Photograph: Court Collins

The day before Elaine O’Hara disappeared, Graham Dwyer allegedly sent her a text saying he would give her “a knife in the guts” and she would be “boun(...)

Seán Guerin SC, for the prosecution, took crime and policing analyst Sarah Skedd through the text messages. Photograph: Collins

A message Graham Dwyer allegedly sent to Elaine O’Hara in August 2011 said “you must be punished for trying to kill yourself without me . . .”, a j(...)

More than 2,600 text messages were sourced from Elaine O’Hara’s iPhone and from an 083 number allegedly used by Graham Dwyer.

A message Elaine O’Hara allegedly sent to Graham Dwyer in August 2011 said “that’s what you want more than anything else, you want to kill me”, a j(...)