Killer was paid €1000 to stab Irene White

John Mooney

Anthony Lambe on his way to court last weekCIARA WILKINSON

The man who admitted the gruesome murder of Irene White at her home in Co Louth in April 2005 was promised a payment of between EUR10,000 to EUR20,000 by two men who hired him to kill his victim, but received a payment of EUR1,000 in cash with a promise of shares in a new company, which never materialised.

Victim: Irene White

Anthony Lambe, a 34-year-old PhD candidate at NUI Maynooth in Kildare, was sentenced to life imprisonment at the Central Criminal Court in Dublin last week after confessing to the murder following his arrest by gardai at Dundalk last year.

In custody, Lambe told gardai he had attempted to murder White weeks before she died after he was provided with specific information on her whereabouts but did not...

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