The trial of a Dublin man accused of membership of the IRA has heard evidence from a garda mobile phone expert. Sean Farrell (aged 27), of Kilfenora Road, Crumlin, has pleaded not guilty to membership of an unlawful organisation within the State namely Oglaigh na hEireann, otherwise the Irish Republican Army, otherwise the IRA on July 7, 2011. Giving evidence this afternoon before the non-jury court, Detective Garda Fiona Summers told Mr Michael Bowman BL, for the State, that she works with Europol as an analyst and is attached to the Special Detective Unit. She agreed that she conducted a review of an XRY analysis of mobile phones taken from Mr Farrell and another man also arrested during the investigation, and extracted all communications between the two handsets such as text messages and phone calls…
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