DPP’s Report: 2014. Detailed and in depth but may be of interest in the light of Jim Sheridan’s documentary “Murder at the Cottage, Justice for Sophie du Plantier”; also the Netflix documentary. Some interesting detail re interviews with An Gardai, Jules Thomas, Ian Bailey and an interesting final comment concerning Ian Bailey’s divorce from his wife Sarah Limbrick who said she was never physically attacked by him.

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ANALYSIS OF THE EVIDENCE TO LINK IAN BAILEY TO THE SOPHIE
TOSCAN DU PLANTIER MURDER

1. Lack of Forensic Evidence linking Ian Bailey to the murder scene.
Sophie Toscan Du Plantier was killed by a person who battered her to death with a rock and a concrete block on 23 December 1996. Some fifty wounds were inflicted upon her.

Photographs of the deceased show her body as being scratched by briars in the area.

The Gardaí suggest that Ian Bailey is the murderer and was scratched on his hands and arms by the briars during the struggle.

No forensic evidence linking Ian Bailey to the scene was found despite the fact that the murder of Sophie Toscan Du Plantier was the direct result of an apparently frenzied and furious attack upon her in a briar-strewn location. If in fact the attack was carried out in a frenzied manner one might…

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