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Special Criminal Court for Dundon brothers

The two brothers are accused of several crimes, including intimidating witnesses and threatening to kill a number of people.

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TWO LIMERICK BROTHERS have been returned for trial to the Special Criminal Court, on charges including threatening to kill a number of people.

The men – Wayne Dundon, 33, of Lenihan Avenue Prospect and his 29 year old brother John Dundon, of Hyde Avenue – appeared in Limerick’s District Court yesterday on a number of charges.

John Dundon is charged with threatening two women at a Limerick address in April.

His brother Wayne is charged with intimidating witnesses, threatening to kill a woman and her two children, and two counts of threatening to kill two men.

Their trial will take place at the Special Criminal Court.

For more information read this story on RTE.ie>

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