Two individuals have been arrested and questioned by Irish police regarding the infamous Kerry Babies case, which occurred in 1984. The arrests were made on the suspicion of murder in the case of the killing of a baby boy who was found on a beach in County Kerry. The case has received widespread attention in Ireland, with many regarding it as a major miscarriage of justice.
The two individuals who were arrested, a man and a woman, are believed to have been connected to the Baby John case, according to sources close to the investigation. The man was allegedly present at the time of Baby John’s death, while the woman is believed to have been involved in the cover-up of the crime. While the man is currently being held at Cahersiveen Garda Station, the woman has been released without charge and a file is being prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions.
The investigation into the Kerry Babies case has seen multiple leads and arrests over the years, but no one has ever been convicted for the crime. However, a series of new searches were conducted in the region recently, with police reportedly seizing a number of items for forensic examination. The arrests were made following the discovery of some significant new evidence during these searches.
The original Kerry Babies case was a scandal in Ireland, involving the body of a newborn baby boy which was found on a beach near Cahersiveen. Shortly afterwards, a young woman contacted the police and claimed that she had given birth to the child and that he had died during childbirth. She was subsequently arrested and charged with murder, but the case against her collapsed after it emerged that the baby had not been born alive.
The scandal led to widespread anger and accusations of incompetence and corruption within the Irish justice system. The case has been the subject of numerous investigations and inquiries over the years, but no one has ever been able to find out what really happened to Baby John.
Despite the arrests, it is still not clear what new evidence has come to light in the Kerry Babies case. However, it is believed that the police are now pursuing a number of new leads and that the arrests could mark a significant step forward in the investigation.
The Kerry Babies case has remained a controversial and sensitive issue in Ireland, with many people still deeply affected by the events of 1984. The arrests are likely to reignite debate about the case and may finally bring some degree of closure to those who have been seeking justice for Baby John.