Limerick man breaks down after being found not guilty of sex assault

Eamon Power says his life has been 'hell' for 3 years

Limerick man breaks down after being found not guilty of sex assault
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15:49 Thursday 2 May 2013

A 35-year-old man accused of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl has been found not guilty by a jury.

Eamon Power from Bresheen, Kilmallock in Co. Limerick was charged with 3 counts of sexually assaulting the girl 6 years ago.

He broke down outside Limerick Circuit Court following the unanimous verdict from the jury on all 3 counts.

Mr. Power said his life has been a living hell.

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