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Andy Cash, 24, appeared before Judge Patricia McNamara for a special session of the Criminal Courts of Justice in Dublin on Monday night.
Eight-year-old twins Chelsea and Christy Cawley and their older sister Lisa Cash, 18, were killed at their home on Rossfield Avenue, Tallaght.
The court heard that Cash responded “no comment” when he was charged with the murders of his three brothers, which occurred in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Judge McNamara denied a request by Mr. Cash’s attorney that he should be held in solitary confinement.
Eight-year-old twins Chelsea and Christy Cawley and their older sister Lisa Cash, 18, were killed at their home on Rossfield Avenue, Tallaght. Pictured: Locals release balloons at a vigil for the three brothers, who died on Sunday morning.
At approximately 9:20 p.m. m. Last night, Mr. Cash appeared before a special session of the Dublin District Court, charged with three counts of murder. His defense attorney then made the request for solitary confinement for his client.
Mr Cash from Tallaght, south of Dublin, stood up when asked by Judge McNamara so that she could formally identify him at the special session.
McNamara said the court could not grant bail for the crimes. She left Mr. Nash in custody. He will appear in Cloverhill District Court at 10 a.m. m. next Friday, September 9 through a video link.
Cash allegedly stabbed Lisa when she tried to protect the twins, while her 14-year-old brother managed to escape through a window and call for help, the Irish Sun reported.
Lisa’s body was found at the bottom of the stairs with apparent stab wounds.
It comes as family and friends of the tragic victims joined a large group in mourning at a vigil outside her home this afternoon.
Teddy bears, flowers and candles were placed outside the house in West Dublin.
But residents of Rossfield Avenue, Tallaght, are trying to put very different images out of their minds: the horrific scenes that unfolded in the early hours of last Sunday morning.
The victims’ 14-year-old brother was taken to hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries, and their mother, a woman in her 40s, was released from hospital on Sunday and is being supported by his family.
Taoiseach Micheál Martin expressed his “deepest condolences” to his family, saying the “terrible tragedy” had “left the nation shocked and very saddened”, while Garda Commissioner Drew Harris described the deaths as “terrible and traumatic”.
Higher Education Minister Simon Harris said: “What we are all reading in the newspapers and hearing on TV and radio shows is beyond a terribly tragic and devastating scenario.”
“Three beautiful young lives that are extinguished overnight… We think particularly of that community, but I think it is something that has shocked the entire country.
“Our hearts and thoughts and our prayers go out to the family, to his poor mother and the 14-year-old boy, to all his neighbors, to all his friends, to the schoolchildren who are going back to school today, where there will be two empty desks where the beautiful twins returned to school in the last few days.
“I think the entire nation has you all in our thoughts.”
Neighbors said they will never forget what they saw and heard early Sunday morning.
A neighbor, who did not want to give his name, said he was watching television when he was alerted to scenes outside.