Two young children found dead in their home in southern Dublin were murdered, and Gardaí waited for the results of a post-mortem on Wednesday evening to see how their mother died.
The Irish Times believe a ligature and note were found that Seema Banu’s remains were discovered early Wednesday afternoon at her home in Ballinteer and a bad game in her death was not ruled out.
The dead woman’s children – Affira, 11) and her six-year-old brother Fazan – were found undercover in a bedroom of the family home on Llewellyn Court and gardaí believe they had been strangled.
The mother of two, who was from India and has lived in Ireland for many years, was the victim of an alleged attack earlier this year.
A male suspect was identified for the attack in May, seriously injuring her and losing consciousness.
This man had been charged with assault and was due to be tried next April.
The case should be mentioned in the Dublin courts on Thursday morning.
Seema Banu also contacted the authorities because of concerns for the family’s welfare following the attack.
Gardaí was informed by neighbors of their concerns about the family late on Wednesday morning, as they had not been seen for a few days and the blinds were being pulled.
Gardaí arrived at the scene shortly after noon and found Ms. Banu’s remains open in one bedroom and her children in another bedroom.
It is believed that they had been dead for some time and that a faucet that was still on had flooded the property.
The husband of the dead woman and the father of the two deceased children were later contacted by gardaí.
He and a legal representative spoke to the investigation team.
No arrests were made in the case on Wednesday evening. Supt Paul Reidy of Blackrock Garda Station said the results of the post-mortem examinations on the remains of Ms. Banu and her children would determine the nature of the examination.
Garda headquarters on Wednesday asked the public not to post any speculation about the case on social media.
On Wednesday evening, in the main green space of the property, in front of Llewellyn Lawn, about 200 locals came out to remember the dead, leaving candles under the largest tree in the park.
Mary Byrne of the local association said she and the others in attendance had come because they felt they needed to be together to remember Seema Banu, Affira and Fazan.
When asked how people felt after what happened, she said the property was incredulous and shocked.
“We just said we have to be here together for her. There are a lot of emotions, it’s just very sad, ”she said.
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