Dr Daniel O’Sullivan GP from Kilbeggan was a close friend of Richard and Theresa Flynn and Niall.
He was second Person ( allegedly ) to arrive at scene of Niall’s Murder Shortly after 2:00 am on 8th/July/ 1985.
At 4:00 am
It was recorded :-
Story from GP
“Beaten up by husband at home earlier this a.m. Husband involved in murder of Priest at same time
Bizarre story ratified by checking again with GP”
In August 2012 Dr Michael O’ Farrell, Histopathologist in his report to the Gardai confirmed the opinions of the other experts .He concluded that Niall had lived for 3-6 hours after he was assaulted.
Theresa Flynnn said ( Statement ) she had taken a sleeping tablet. Dr O’Sullivan said he gave her Valium at scene of murder. …………. Analysis of a blood sample taken from her that night recorded – No Barbiturates, Benzodiazephines, Salicylates, in analysis
After 32 7ears we finally got to see a copy of this report
Provisional Post – Mortem Result
Fr Niall Molloy PM July 85
1 subdural Haemorrage associated with bruising to right eye socket
2 Slight enlargement of left ventricle of heart associated with a mild to moderate degree of atheroma of coronary arteries – insufficient to cause death.
Death primarily the result of No 1 head injury
Pathological opinions on the cause of Pulmonary Oedema
No 2 Above might be at varience with a ‘ Cerebral Lung’ explanation e.g. inhalation of vomit , no evidence on clothes or at scene of heart disease – not severe.
Further investigation : Micropsy for evidence of hypertension
2 Neuropathological opinion on brain. Report in early August ‘85
Signed ( Harbison’s Signature 8th / July / 1985 )
“Death primarily the result of No 1 head injury” – Dr Harbison, State Pathologist. (Opinion given within 24 hours of Niall’s death) 8/July/1985
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