In the midst of the intrigue surrounding conwoman Julia Holmes was a pitiful family tragedy. Relatives of Thomas Ruttle sat on a side bench of the 19th-century courthouse in Newcastle West, Co Limerick, last Monday, for the inquests into the deaths of the 56-year-old beekeeper and Holmes, his partner of four years. Among the family members were his two teenage sons, Ian and Kelvin Knight, dressed in dark suits.
They had come without legal representation....
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