Murder accused: I did no wrong
Published 08/02/2011 | 00:00
A man accused of involvement in the murder of Dungannon man Eamonn Hughes (48) yesterday told Belfast Crown Court he had “done nothing wrong”.
Mr Hughes was stabbed after his daughter’s birthday in September 2008.
Liam Murray, from Windmill Court, Dungannon, said he, “didn't really have any intentions” when he asked a taxi to take him to the Lisnahull estate.
He had earlier received a phone call from a cousin who said he had been in a fight with the deceased and two others.