Declan Duffy arrested for Michael Newman murder 21 May 2009
Declan Duffy, wanted in connection with the murder of a British army recruitment officer was remanded in custody by the High Court in Dublin on Thursday, 21 May 09.
Declan Duffy, 36, of Hanover Street Dublin 8, was arrested on Thursday under a European Arrest Warrant. Mr Duffy, faces charges in the UK over the murder of Michael Newman in Derby city centre in England in 1992.
He was remanded in custody until May 27. The court was told that a bail application would be made.
Mr Duffy, who is originally from County Armagh, Northern Ireland is the second man to be arrested over the murder.
Michael Newman was shot and killed as he walked to his car in the city centre in April 1992. The Irish National Liberation Army (INLA) later claimed responsibility for the killing. British authorities are seeking the extradition of Anthony Patrick Gorman, 39, who was arrested at a factory in Shercock, County Cavan on Tuesday.
In 2004, another man - Joseph Magee - was sentenced to 25 years at Nottingham Crown Court for Sgt Newman's murder, but was later released under the terms of the Good Friday agreement.
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