Following his conviction for the 1997 double murders of psychiatric patients Mary Callanan (61) and Sylvia Shiels (60), Mark Nash will be serving four life sentences.
He has been in prison since August 17th, 1997; the day after he killed Catherine Doyle (28) and Carl Doyle (29) at their home in Caran, Ballintober, Castlerea, Co Roscommon.
However, Nash falls into that category of lifer who can expect to spend most, if not all, of the rest of his days behind bars. His mother returned to England after a year and settled in the Bradley area of Huddersfield.
When he was arrested for killing the Doyles, of his own volition he admitted in questioning that he had carried out the Callanan and Shiels murders, though he retracted that statement the following month.
Had he persisted with the confession and gone on trial and been convicted, he would now be 18 years into his life sentences.
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