Jury to resume deliberations in murder trial on Friday

Feri Anghel denies murdering Ioan Artene Bob, who died of injuries sustained in assault in Tallaght park

A jury will return to the Central Criminal Court on Friday to continue deliberating in the trial of a 40-year-old who denies murdering a man in a Dublin park. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

A jury will return to the Central Criminal Court on Friday to continue deliberating in the trial of a 40-year-old who denies murdering a man in a Dublin park. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

 

A jury will return to the Central Criminal Court on Friday to continue deliberating in the trial of a 40-year-old who denies murdering a man in a Dublin park.

Feri Anghel, a member of the Romani community, has pleaded not guilty to murdering Romanian national Ioan Artene Bob (49) on April 13th, 2018.

Mr Bob was found in the early morning dying from injuries he sustained in an assault at Seán Walsh Park in Tallaght.

Ms Justice Eileen Creedon has told the jury of four women and six men that there are three verdicts available to them, not guilty, guilty of murder, or not guilty of murder but guilty of manslaughter.

The jury was sent home at 1pm on Thursday.