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Jason Corbett's father-in-law 'told co-worker he hated Jason', murder trial hears -

THE CASE: Molly Martens and her father, Thomas Martens, 67, a former FBI agent, are on trial for second-degree murder in Jason Corbett's death in the early morning hours of Aug 2, 2015. They deny the charge, and have claimed self-defense and the ...and more »

Jason 'may have been in bed' when he suffered the first blow to head -

A forensic scientist has said Irishman Jason Corbett may have sustained the first blow to his head while he was in or beside the bed in his home. The revelation came as a former US federal agency co-worker of retired FBI man Thomas Michael Martens (67 ...and more »

Corbett trial shown evidence of hair in deceased's grasp - Irish Times

The trial of Molly Martens Corbett and her father, Tom Martens, heard evidence on Monday of the photographs and video images taken by police who came to the house where her husband, Jason Corbett, was beaten to death. Ms Martens and her father are ...and more »

Martens murder trial: Father-in-law said he 'hated Corbett' - Irish Times

Thomas Martens, who is accused of murdering the Limerick man Jason Corbett in 2015, said he hated his son-in-law, a former colleague has told his trial in the United States. Mr Corbett's widow, Molly Martens Corbett, and her father are charged with the ...and more »

Corbett 'may have suffered first blow from bat while in bed' - expert tells murder trial -

Murder accused Molly Martens-Corbett arrives for trial at the Davidson County Courthouse. Photo 2 Murder accused Molly Martens-Corbett arrives for trial at the Davidson County Courthouse. Photo: Donnie Roberts/The Dispatch. Ralph Riegel Twitter Email ...and more »

Blood spatter expert believes Jason Corbett's head hit wall, court hears -

A BLOOD SPATTER analyst has said an object may have been used to hit Jason Corbett multiple times. Stuart James, testifying at the murder trial into the Irishman's death in North Carolina, spoke about the blood patterns present on the walls of the ...and more »

Jurors shown baseball bat and blood-stained paving brick used to inflict fatal head injuries on Jason Corbett -

Jurors in the Jason Corbett (39) murder trial in North Carolina were today shown the baseball bat and blood-stained garden paving brick used to inflict fatal head injuries on the Limerick father-of-two. The Davidson County Superior Court murder trial ...and more »

Witness says accused 'hated' Jason Corbett -

The trial of a man and woman accused of murdering an Irish man in the United States in August 2015 has heard from a colleague of one of the accused. Molly Martens-Corbett, 33, and her 67-year-old father Thomas Martens are accused of killing 39-year-old ...and more »

Jason Corbett trial: No fingerprints found on baseball bat, court hears -

A DNA ANALYST testified yesterday that Jason Corbett's DNA was found on several pieces of evidence. Wendell Ivory, a DNA analyst with the state crime lab, testified that he received the aluminum bat, the cement paver and hairs from the cement paver. He ...and more »

Jason Corbett murder trial: paving stone found at scene of Limerick man's death was used 'multiple times' - Irish Mirror

A blood-spattered paving stone found at the scene of Limerick man Jason Corbett's murder was used several times, a court heard. In disturbing evidence heard during the trial of his wife Molly Martens Corbett and her father Thomas, an expert testified ...and more »