Prosecutor accused of keeping evidence from lawyers for Cavan nanny who was accused of murder

The case of Aishling Brady McCarthy is now an issue in the campaign for Middlesex District Attorney.

NORTHERN SOUND NEWS, AUG 16 –

The case of a Cavan woman who was jailed in the US for two and a half years has become part of the campaign of a candidate hoping to become the District Attorney of a County in Massachusetts.

Aishling Brady McCarthy from Lavey was charged with the first degree murder of 1 year old Rehma Sabir. She spend two and a half years in prison before being acquitted and released.

The sitting District Attorney is accused of keeping evidence from Brady-McCarthy’s defence team.

Candidate Donna Patalano is seeking to deny incumbent District Attorney Marian Ryan the Democratic Party nomination in a party primary election to be held on September 4th.

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