Hundreds in Limerick Share Music and Candlelight in Memory of Murdered Teacher

Hundreds of people quietly held out candles in Limerick, Ireland, as national epidemics erupted on Friday, January 14, in memory of the assassin’s elementary school teacher Ashling Murphy. The article, posted by Twitter user @FionnualaMinto, features a crowd at Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, where a 23-year-old teacher studied. The college said their flag would be flown half-up in honor of Murphy. Other sales took place in Irish towns and cities including Dublin, Belfast, and the girl’s hometown in Tullamore, County Offaly. Murphy was running along a canal in Tullamore on Wednesday, January 12, when he was attacked and killed, police said. No suspect was in prison. Police on Friday said they identified the man as an interested person, RTE News reported. Police are waiting to interrogate the man who is currently in hospital, the report said. Credit: @FionnualaMinto via Storyful

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