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In Ennis Circuit Court, solicitor for Mr Custy, Tara Godfrey, told Judge Tom O’Donnell, “that there is an indication that there will be a plea in respect of Mr Custy and we are asking that the matter be put into June 23rd for arraignment”.
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The parents' lawsuit alleges photos of their son, who was killed in Iraq in 2007, were used without permission.
The parents were seeking compensatory and punitive damages.