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Episode 594: Inside the home of Jonathan Dowdall

12 June - 36 mins
Podcast Series Crime World

The house of murder accused turned state witness Jonathan Dowdall has gone on the market with a hefty price tag as he prepares for his release from jail and a new life once he signs off the programme.

In a sign that his days as a witness which saw him give against Gerry The Monk Hutch found not guilty of the murder of David Byrne are firmly over the Dublin home with an asking price of just under €800,000 has been polished and is ready for viewers.

Nicola speaks to Niall Donald as they go behind the hall door to the house that witnessed Garda raids and torture sessions and where Dowdall indulged his love for zen gardens and exotic Koi Fish.

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