Martina Devlin: How our faith in the goodness of others dies with the killing of a decent man
Take a look at the photograph of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe. Do you see what I see? I see everybody's neighbour: an approachable, capable, dependable-looking guard – the kind you'd make a beeline for if you needed help. In or out of uniform, he comes across as someone you could turn to, someone steady and slow to judge.