Graham Dwyer says use of mobile phone data breached his human rights
Graham Dwyer has complained that there was a lack of independent oversight into how investigators gathered mobile phone data used to convict him of the murder of Elaine OâHara.
Dwyer, 45, an architect born in Cork, was found guilty at the Central Criminal Court in 2015 of killing Ms OâHara, 36, in August 2012. His appeal against his conviction is pending before the Court of Appeal.
Dw yer, of Foxrock, Co Dublin, claims that provisions of the Communications (Retention of Data) Act 2011 breach his rights to privacy under the Irish constitution, the European Convention on Human Rights and the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.
Remy Farrell, SC, for Dwyer, told Mr Justice Tony OâConnor in the High Court yesterday that a report published last yearâ¦Source: Google News