Not guilty verdict delivered in Barry McCrory murder case

Kieran McLaughlin pictured at an earlier court hearing in Derry.

Kieran McLaughlin pictured at an earlier court hearing in Derry.

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Londonderry man Kieran McLaughlin has been found not guilty of murdering Barry McCrory at a flat in the city 15 months ago.

In delivering his reserved judgement, trial Judge Mr Justice Horner – who sat alone without a jury in the Diplock case – said there was no forensic evidence to link McLaughlin, of Elaghmore Park, Galliagh, to the murder.

McLauglin had previously pleaded guilty to possessing the firearms and a quantity of ammunition in suspicious circumstances.

He will be sentenced in May following the preparation of a pre-sentence report.