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Crash father in High Court bid

A RETIRED garage owner whose two sons were killed in a car crash nearly 14 years ago has brought a High Court action for nervous shock as a result of losing his children.

Walter Doyle (59) Sparrowlands, Bree, Enniscorthy, Wexford, was unable to return to his job after the accident which claimed the lives of his sons Dermot (20) and Jim (16), the court heard yesterday. His doctor described him as suffering from chronic depressive illness which was directly as a result of the death of his two sons.



Jackson doctor returns to work

The US doctor facing a manslaughter charge over singer Michael Jackson's death has returned to Nevada to resume his medical practice and await trial.

Dr Conrad Murray was in Las Vegas making arrangements to work from another physician's office pending an April 5 hearing in Los Angeles, his representatives said.



Retrial due in milkshake case

Hong Kong's highest court overturned Nancy Kissel's murder conviction in a stunning reversal and ordered that the American expatriate be retried for allegedly drugging her husband with a laced milkshake and bludgeoning him to death.

Kissel, who had lost her first appeal against her conviction, smiled broadly when Chief Justice Andrew Li announced the ruling.


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