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Ireland Tina Satchwell’s husband spent time behind bars and admits violent marriage

12:45  14 march  2018
12:45  14 march  2018 Source:   extra.ie

'It makes no sense': Husband of missing Tina Satchwell says she would not have gone to woods

  'It makes no sense': Husband of missing Tina Satchwell says she would not have gone to woods Tina Satchwell was last seen at her home in Youghal, Co Cork on 20 March 2017. She was reported missing four days later by her husband Richard.Both her family and gardaí have repeatedly expressed their concern over her disappearance.Monday morning, Superintendent Colm Noonan of Midleton Garda Station announced that a large team of officers will carry out a 24/7 operation at the site at Mitchel’s Wood in the Castlemartyr area of Cork – less than 20 minutes from Youghal.In recent days, gardaí have received information leading them to the parkland.

Richard Satchwell told how he spent a month in Cork Prison for social welfare fraud. During his time behind bars , Richard said he asked Tina not to visit him and she didn't.

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a man wearing glasses: Breakthrough In Search For Tina Satchwell As Items Of interest Found © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland Breakthrough In Search For Tina Satchwell As Items Of interest Found The husband of Tina Satchwell spent time behind bars and was in a violent relationship with the missing woman, he has revealed.

In yet another interview he has given since gardaí began searching a woodland area in Co. Cork for his wife, Richard Satchwell claimed she used to beat him but he swore that he ‘never’ hit her back.

And the 51-year-old has also made an astonishing claim about gardaí, who last Monday week sealed off a 40-acre woodlands site at Mitchel’s Wood, Bridgetown, Castlemartyr.

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Tina Satchwell was reported missing by her husband on March 24th. She was devoted to her two dogs and a parrot which she left behind . She was not working and was not drawing social welfare at the time of her disappearance.

Updated: 9th March 2018, 9:32 am. THE husband of missing Tina Satchwell today visited the site where gardai are searching and admitted : “I feel sick.” He explained: “I find it difficult, because after the phone call I got from An Garda Siochana on Sunday, and knowing what’ s going on behind me

He claims that the first time detectives forensically examined the car he owned when his wife went missing was seven months after she vanished. The claims, about which gardaí are not commenting, are the latest the unemployed lorry driver has made since Mrs Satchwell went missing on March 20, 2017.

a woman standing in a room © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland They are also part of a growing number of very personal details Mr Satchwell has discussed in a flurry of interviews since gardaí began to seal off the search site.

According to a ‘credible’ tip-off they received, a woman matching Tina’s description was spotted in the woodlands around the time she went missing from her home in Youghal, Co. Cork.

Mr Satchwell has since insisted that the couple never visited the woodlands at the centre of the search site, which is about 20km from their home.

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  Husband 'sick in the stomach' after first visit to Tina search site The husband of missing woman Tina Satchwell has visited the Cork woodland being intensively searched by gardaí for his wife, as he said he was praying she would be found safe. Yesterday marked the fourth day of the intensive Garda search operation for the missing 45-year-old at Mitchel's Wood, Castlemartyr, east Cork.Richard Satchwell visited the site for the first time yesterday as he insisted he still had hope his wife would be found safe.

The Ray D’Arcy Show Saturday, RTÉ One, 9.45pm Tina Satchwell ’ s husband Richard will be on to talk about the one year anniversary of his wife’s disappearance and the renewed Garda search of a woodland area in Co Cork. Commenting on The Irish Times has changed.

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Yesterday’s round of interviews yielded yet more information about the 51-year-old unemployed delivery driver who moved to Ireland on June 19, 1989. He, for example, revealed he was so estranged from his own mother that the first time he found out she was dead was six months after she had passed away.

And when he married Tina in November 1991, not one member of his own family turned up at the wedding. He said that his UK-based family ‘hate the Irish’ and that his mother made him choose between her and Tina before he chose the latter. And while Mr Satchwell has admitted in previous interviews to ‘breaking the law’, he only yesterday admitted to having spent time in jail.

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Speaking to TV3’s southern correspondent Paul Byrne, he said he was jailed in 2003 for welfare fraud. ‘I have been to prison once in this country for working whilst claiming dole,’ he said.

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‘I was sentenced by Judge Michael Pattwell on December 12, 2003 for a month and I was released on January 10, 2004.’ Another claim to emerge was that his wife used to beat him up.

He was asked by Youghal-based CRY104FM’s Gerry Murray if he had ever been on the receiving end of Tina’s ‘physical anger’.

Earlier he had said he personally pitied anyone who would try and harm her because ‘nobody would walk away without some physical damage’. When asked ‘have you ever been at the receiving end of her anger, physically?’, he replied: ‘Tell me a man who hasn’t.’ ‘So you have had your skirmishes but you have never hit her back?’ asked Mr Murray.

a woman standing in front of a building: Tina Satchwell Missing © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland Tina Satchwell Missing And Mr Satchwell replied: ‘Never, never would.’ He was also asked if he felt anger towards Cork native Tina, and he replied: ‘I don’t feel angry but I am disappointed… in the fact that Tina disappeared.’ Yesterday, the issue of a lie detector test arose again and he agreed to take one at some stage in the future because, he insisted, he has nothing to hide.

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He still spends a lot of time in the prison weight room, but he says his inevitable arguments with other inmates have taken on a different tone. "We were talking about Hannah Arendt, working out one day, and it was a very, very vicious, violent argument.

However, he told TV3: ‘At this point, I myself don’t feel up to it.’ When it was pointed out to him that people might think he has something to hide, he replied: ‘I will take a lie detector test when I feel that I am right. I have got nothing to hide. I am not sleeping too well and I don’t suppose I will sleep much at all until the search in Mitchel’s Wood is finished.

‘When I feel right, in the future – not today, not tomorrow, when I feel right – I will sit down and take a lie detector test.’ Last Saturday, he said he couldn’t take the lie detector test because he is on medication, which he said he will continue until he feels well ‘enough not to try and commit suicide’.

Yesterday, he was offered a booking for a lie test live on air during an interview on the Neil Prendeville Show on Cork’s Red FM but he turned it down.

a man wearing glasses © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland When asked about the abusive nature of his and Tina’s relationship, he told Mr Prendeville: ‘Tina was a great woman. I have not got a bad word to say about her.

‘She could have a flash temper.

‘She could be there like, and just hit you and she could be crying and apologising. That’s all it was. There was no intent. The most I have ever done is hold her in my arms until she calmed down.’ It was during that interview that he revealed he had been to jail and made his claim that gardaí had not searched his car until he told them he was going to sell it last September. This is, if true, a whole seven months after his wife went missing. Last night gardaí declined to comment on the claim.

Exclusive: Tina not being portrayed as ‘kind and bubbly’ woman she is says family

  Exclusive: Tina not being portrayed as ‘kind and bubbly’ woman she is says family Almost a year after the mysterious disappearance of Tina Satchwell, the missing woman’s family have expressed their dismay at how she is being portrayed in appeals . Richard Satchwell, inset, missing woman, Tina Martine Dingivan, who is married to Tina’s uncle Stephen, told Extra.ie that the Tina Satchwell they know is not being fairly represented in all the publicity to track her down.Talking about her missing niece, she said: ‘Tina is this lovely, bubbly, kind person.

The husband of missing woman Tina Satchwell has said he believes, in retrospect, that waiting four days to report her disappearance to gardaí was a mistake. Mr Satchwell said if his wife had needed some space, “I admit I’d be reluctant to give it to her.

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They also declined to comment on reports yesterday that a number of items have been found at the search site. These are believed to include fragments of a woman’s clothing found around the time 30 extra Defence Forces personnel were drafted in to help dig up part of the 40-acre site. It is not know if items of jewellery were also found. Last June, it emerged that one of the items Tina could have with her was a silver bracelet with the inscription, ‘Cherish yesterday, dream of tomorrow and live today’ on it.

Mr Satchwell, who says he tried to find it after she went missing, said the couple bought it in a charity shop on January 17, 2017, when their pet parrot died.

He has also repeatedly claimed she was suffering from depression and even hinted that she may have been trying to say goodbye to him in the months leading up to her disappearance.

He has claimed, for example, that on the Sunday before she vanished on March 20, 2017, while they were at a car-boot sale, she repeatedly told people she would never do anything to harm him, and that she loved him.

In addition, he has said that after her brother took his own life, she became so depressed that she – he claims – told him that if she left him, and he came looking for her she would call gardaí.

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'I'll be crying for the day' - husband of missing Tina Satchwell on the first anniversary of his wife's disappearance .
The husband of missing woman Tina Satchwell has said he will spend the first anniversary of his wife's disappearance in tears.Tuesday marks the first anniversary of Tina's disappearance from her home in the Cork seaside town of Youghal.

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