IRA membership case adjourned after accused injured
Charges follow investigation in to paramilitary activity at funeral of Alan Ryan
The case against a Dublin man charged with membership of the IRA after a Garda investigation into paramilitary activity at the funeral of Alan Ryan last year has been adjourned until June after the accused suffered a traumatic injury.
He was arrested in September along with Vincent Ryan (22), a brother of the deceased man Alan Ryan, and Darragh Evans (23), who are also charged with the same offence on the same date.
Counsel for Kinsella, Imelda Kelly, asked the non-jury court for an adjournment to facilitate further time for consultation as Mr Kinsella had suffered a “very traumatic injury” and his mobility was “quite debilitated”.
She said the application was on consent from the State.