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An Open Verdict

When Gardai entered a holiday bungalow on Mayo's Northwest coast in April 2014, they found a scene of desperation and solitude. Scattered amongst the rubbish lay the body of Marsha Mehran, 36. Marsha, an Iranian born author was a recluse and died alone.

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