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Flowers at the scene of the stabbing. Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

Man due in court over James Humphries stabbing in Tallaght

The man had been arrested at the scene of the stabbing on Sunday.

A MAN IS due in court this morning charged in connection with the fatal stabbing of James Humphries in Tallaght, Dublin, on Sunday.

The father of one sustained fatal stab wounds at a house on Kitalown Way on Sunday evening and was taken to hospital where he died shortly after.

A man in his 30s was arrested at the scene and was being questioned by gardaí. He will appear before Tallaght District Court at 10.30am this morning charged in relation to the stabbing.

Yesterday, the victim’s aunt said he was a gentle person who “wouldn’t hurt a fly”.

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