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An alleged killer will be tried 42 years after the crime.

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A 73-year-old man will face trial next summer for the alleged murder of a Cork woman 42 years ago. He’s an adult.

Noel Long, who lived in Maulbawn, Passage West, Co. Cork at the time of her murder, allegedly killed her between June 6 and June 12 at an unknown location in the state.

Employees of the forestry business found her body at The Viewing Point in Shippool Woods, Cork, six days after she was reported missing.

Mr. Justice Paul McDermott stated today that the trial would commence on June 6 of the next year. Ms. Sheehan has been missing for 42 years now.

It might take up to six weeks to conclude the trial, according to Michael Delaney SC, who is defending Mr. Long.

Director of Public Prosecutions employee Brendan Grehan SC requested that many witnesses who had provided statements to garda have their testimonies recorded at today’s hearing.

During a recorded deposition, the attorneys for both the defense and the prosecution have the opportunity to question witnesses.

In the end, Mr. Justice McDermott agreed to allow the depositions to continue in the months to come.

The trial had previously been planned to take place in Cork, but those procedures have now been relocated.

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