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Armagh businessman wanted as part of Adrian Donohoe murder investigation refused bail in London

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Objecting to bail, Amanda Bostock, for the Crown, said the burglary offence involved six domestic break-ins “committed within an organised crime group”

Objecting to bail, Amanda Bostock, for the Crown, said the burglary offence involved six domestic break-ins “committed within an organised crime group”

Objecting to bail, Amanda Bostock, for the Crown, said the burglary offence involved six domestic break-ins “committed within an organised crime group”

A businessman from Co Armagh wanted as part of the Adrian Donohoe murder investigation has been refused bail for a third time by a London court.

James Flynn (31) has been remanded in custody despite over €1m in sureties being put forward by friends and family to secure his release.


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