Garda Colm Donohoe, the brother of Adrian Donohoe, and Chief Superintendent Christy Mangan speak to the press outside the Criminal Courts of Justice, Dublin following the guilty verdict in the Aaron Brady trial. Aaron Brady has been found guilty of the capital murder of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe during an armed robbery seven years ago. It was the prosecution's case that Brady (29) fired the fatal shot during the raid at Lordship credit union in Dundalk, Co Louth, on January 25, 2013. He denied this and claimed he was moving laundered diesel waste cubes at a yard in south Armagh at the time. However, following a 28-week trial, the jury of seven women and five men returned guilty verdicts on counts of capital murder and robbery.