Ireland Father of Jason’s first wife ‘refuted claim that he said Jason was a murderer’

17:06  04 august  2017
17:06  04 august  2017 Source:   MSN

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  Father of Jason’s first wife ‘refuted claim that he said Jason was a murderer’ © Provided by Associated News The father of Jason Corbett’s first wife made a legal statement refuting Tom Martens’s claim that he told Mr Martens that Jason had murdered his daughter, the trial has heard.

Yesterday, Mr Martens’s lawyer, David Freedman, told the court that if his client chooses to testify, he will be referring to a claim he alleges was made to him by Mags Corbett’s father about her death.

Mr Freedman said that Mr Martens had been in the company of the late Michael Fitzpatrick in Tennessee when he asked him what he thought of Jason Corbett.

terrified © Provided by Associated News terrified He said that Mr Fitzpatrick replied: ‘I think he killed my daughter.’

Martens murder trial: Ex-FBI agent allegedly told co-worker he 'hated' son-in-law Jason, court hears

  Martens murder trial: Ex-FBI agent allegedly told co-worker he 'hated' son-in-law Jason, court hears Murder accused and former FBI agent Thomas Michael Martens (67) allegedly told a co-worker in a US federal agency that he "hated" his Irish son-in-law, Jason Corbett (39). A North Carolina murder trial heard legal argument today that Mr Martens allegedly told a co-worker in a special security unit of the US Department of Energy that "he hated Jason" and also had disdain for his son-in-law's Irish family.Mr Martens and his daughter, Molly Martens Corbett (33), both deny the second degree murder of the Limerick father-of-two at Panther Creek in North Carolina on August 2 2015.

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Jason ' s wife Martens Corbett and her father Thomas Martens are on trial for second degree murder . “ He said that his son-in-law Jason was in a bad way and when the operator asked him to clarify that , he said that he had struck him with a baseball bat.

However, the State replied that a coroner’s report showed Mags Corbett’s cause of death to be an asthma attack.

Furthermore, her father had visited a lawyer in Ireland before his death to make a statement that Mr Martens claims were untrue, the court heard.

  Father of Jason’s first wife ‘refuted claim that he said Jason was a murderer’ © Provided by Associated News Meanwhile, defence teams yesterday moved to dismiss murder charges against Molly and Tom Martens. Mr Freedman, lawyer for Mr Martens, told Judge David Lee that ‘all charges should be dismissed’.

He said: ‘All the evidence is that Tom Martens acted in self-defence. There is no evidence of criminal offence… all the evidence was that Mr Corbett was the aggressor.’

Walter Holton, for Ms Martens, said there was ‘no issue as to who was the aggressor… there is nothing to contradict that, period’. Mr Corbett was an ‘aggressor with a murderous intent,’ he added.

Judge Lee rejected the applications.

'Oh, well, his first wife died at 3am' - Molly Martens questions death of Jason's first partner in US TV interview .
CONVICTED killer Molly Martens Corbett (33) has dramatically claimed in a US TV interview that her Irish husband subjected her to years of verbal and physical abuse. Ms Martens Corbett, who was convicted last week with her father, Thomas Martens (67) of the second degree murder of Jason Corbett (39), also tearfully said she feared she might die in circumstances similar to that of the Limerick man's first wife.The father and daughter were handed minimum 20 year prison terms in North Carolina for bludgeoning Mr Corbett to death in the bedroom of his luxury Panther Creek Court home on August 2 2015.

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