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John Mc Inerney (25), single, unemployed, of Shanabooly Road, Ballynanty, Limerick city, was sentenced to five years' imprisonment on robbery charges and five years on an assault charge to run concurrent dating from the time of his arrest on June 3rd, 1998.He pleaded guilty to charges that on May 23rd, 1998, at Ballykeelaun, Parteen, Co Clare, he robbed Father Liam Kelly of a gent's Seiko gold watch valued at £184, stole £40 in cash from him, stole a Toyota car valued at £14,000, a set of golf clubs valued at £1,500, three ornamental letter openers and a bottle of gin.Defence counsel said he felt ashamed of his behaviour.He was on drugs at the time, and his behaviour was entirely out of context.In the 1990’s Linnane’s Bar was extended, opening up the back to the wonderful views of the bay. Not too expensive either." Fresh seafood at a great price you need to book this place to avoid disappointment.
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His mother, Mrs Teresa Mc Inerney, expressed her sincere sympathy to Father Kelly and what had happened to him.
"My son feels the same way." He had never been violent, and was in a relationship and was a good father to the child.
He managed to free himself, went to the parish clerk's house and was removed to intensive care where he remained for a week.
Father Kelly's car was found burned out in a local housing estate, a few miles from the scene. The court heard that Father Kelly was coping well, but with the case coming up he was now suffering post traumatic disorder.
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If he had not freed himself when he did the medical evidence suggests he would have died.