The jury in Kieran Greene's trial for murdering Patricia O'Connor has heard her granddaughter told Gardaí she does what her mother Louise tells her to do.
Stephanie O'Connor, Louise O’Connor, and Louise's ex partner Keith Johnston are accused of impeding Mr Greene's apprehension or prosecution for the alleged murder of Patricia O'Connor at their home in Dublin on May 29th 2017.
Jurors have been hearing what Patricia O'Connor's then 19-year-old granddaughter told Gardaí under questioning.
Stephanie said on the evening in question, she and her mother Louise left the house to go to the park as there had been fighting in the house, everyone was in a terrible mood and small arguments seemed bigger.
When Gardaí showed Stephanie CCTV footage of later that evening, she said she could see herself coming from the shed in the garden - carrying a bag in her mother asked her to bring in.
She said 'I do what I'm told'.
She said Louise saw her nana leave, and wanted to see did she bring the bag from the shed with her.
She said it was a suitcase-type bag which she brought in and went to bed.
She told Gardaí she does not remember what colour the case was, who owned it, if it was heavy or if she looked in it.
The jury previously heard Louise told Gardaí that after hearing shouting and a door slamming, she saw Patricia O'Connor walking up the road with a suitcase.
Main image: Patricia O'Connor | Image: Supplied