NORTHERN SOUND RADIO (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.
(DUBLIN) Aug 12 - Aisling Brady McCarthy, who was freed after two and a half years behind bars, by default, was found to be civilly liable for the death of Rehma Sabir.
(BOSTON) Feb 11 - The parents say their intention is to prevent Aisling Brady McCarthy from profiting from the death of their child.
(UNDATED) AUG 31 - Her lawyers say nanny Aisling Brady McCarthy served time for a crime that never occurred.
(WOBURN, MA) July 30 - The report may exonerate the Caven woman for the 2013 shaking death of a 1 year-old.
(WOBURN, MA) July 9 - Judge Hogan ordering the attorney for the state Medical Examiner to court to explain the delay.
(WOBURN) May 5 - Aisling Brady McCarthy, after nearly two and a half years, leaves jail as prosecution case weakens.