Brian Rossiter

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27 Nov 2006 - The Irish Times
Minister for Justice Michael McDowell says he intends to make public a sworn inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the arrest and detention of a 14- year-old boy who fell unconscious while in Garda custody and subsequently died. Mr McDowell...
07 Nov 2006 - The Irish Times
A 26-year-old father of two was yesterday jailed for two-and-a- half years after he pleaded guilty to assault causing harm to 14-year-old Brian Rossiter just a few days before the Clonmel, Co Tipperary, boy became ill while in Garda custody. Noel...
25 Sep 2006 - The Irish Times
Legal teams representing the family of Clonmel schoolboy Brian Rossiter (14) and a number of garda� have until Monday to make closing submissions to the inquiry investigating the circumstances of Brian's death. Brian fell into a coma while in...
28 Jun 2006 - The Irish Times
A Clonmel man pleaded guilty yesterday to assaulting 14-year-old Brian Rossiter, causing him harm, at Cashel Street, Clonmel, in the early hours of September 9th, 2002. Brian Rossiter died two days after being found in a coma in a cell in Clonmel...
17 May 2006 - The Irish Times
A senior Garda officer is to carry out an internal investigation into the circumstances of the arrest of a man whose family is suing An Garda S�och�na over the death of his 14-year-old son who fell unconscious while in Garda custody. The Garda Press...
27 Apr 2006 - The Irish Times
An inquiry set up by Minister for Justice Michael McDowell into the death of a 14-year-old schoolboy who fell unconscious while in Garda custody in Clonmel was moved to the boy's town to hear evidence. The decision yesterday by Hugh Hartnett SC...
10 Mar 2006 - The Irish Times
A sworn inquiry set up by Minister for Justice Michael Mc- Dowell into the circumstances of the death of a schoolboy, who fell unconscious while in Garda custody, is expected to last for another four months, an inquest heard yesterday. Insp Con...