Brian Rossiter

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13 Jan 2016 - Irish Examiner
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24 Dec 2008 - Wexford People
The family of teenager Brian Rossiter, who died two days after spending a night in Garda custody, have settled their claim for alleged wrongful death against the State for タ200,000. The six-year battle, described as 'gruelling' by the boy...
19 Dec 2008 - The Irish Independent
The parents of Brian Rossiter have settled their action at the High Court against the State for タ200,000. They went to the High Court today seeking damages following the death of the 14-year-old, who was found unconscious in garda custody in 2002....
17 Dec 2008 - Wexford People
The parents of Brian Rossiter, who died two days after being found unconscious in a cell at Clonmel Garda station, are taking a High Court action against the State over his death six years ago. 'No parent should have to attend their own child...
12 Dec 2008 - The Irish Independent
A British forensic expert said yesterday he could not come to an "incontrovertible" scientific conclusion about when exactly Tipperary schoolboy Brian Rossiter sustained the brain injury that led to his death. However, Professor Anthony...
04 Dec 2008 - The Irish Times
A witness yesterday told the inquest into the death of 14-year-old schoolboy Brian Rossiter that she saw him being hit by a garda while he was being arrested, but this was strongly denied by garda� involved in his arrest and detention. Anne Marie...
03 Dec 2008 - The Irish Independent
Two senior medical experts disagreed yesterday on when a 14-year-old schoolboy received a head injury that killed him. An inquest has been hearing evidence about the death of Brian Rossiter, who had been the victim of an assault on September 9,...
02 Dec 2008 - The Irish Examiner
A friend of Brian Rossiter yesterday told an inquest into the 14-year- old�s death that he was hit �a few slaps� by more than one garda after being arrested on the night of September 10, 2002. Daniel Leahy, who was also 14 at the time, said he...
01 Dec 2008 - RTE News
Pat Rossiter has told the inquest into the death of his son Brian that a detective Garda told him his son had taken up to 16 ecstasy tablets although toxicology results later showed no traces of drugs in the 14-year-old's system. Mr Rossiter...
21 Nov 2008 - The Irish Examiner
A doctor who treated Brian Rossiter after he fell ill in Clonmel Garda Station said yesterday that she didnメt know if the 14-year-old was モalive or deadヤ as he lay outside a cell. The inquest into the September 2002 death of Brian Rossiter was told...