Two brothers have been found guilty of the brutal murder of a man in Lucan, while their father has been acquitted.
Neil Reilly received a number of chop wounds and was then run over by a car a year and a half ago in Esker Glebe.
This trial heard the deceased 36 year old Neil Reilly fired two shots at the Bradley home at Liscarne Gardens in Dublin 22 in January 2017.
He was then pursued and subjected to a savage attack before being left for dead in Esker Glebe in Lucan.
One witness described seeing someone hit him over the top of the head and then he was struck by a car.
As Neil Reilly tried to crawl to the footpath, the car started up again and drove over him.
54 year old Paul Bradley and his two sons 24 year old Dean and 20 year old Jason had pleaded not guilty to murder.
This evening, after over nine hours of deliberations the jury returned with its verdicts.
Paul Bradley first learned of his fate and was told he had been acquitted.
However, he became extremely upset when he learned his two sons Dean and Jason were guilty of murder. The young men started to cry along with family members in court.
Another brother 18 year old Ryan Bradley had been found not guilty of murder earlier this week by order of the judge but he pleaded guilty to impeding the investigation.
Dean and Jason hugged family members before being brought into custody and they’ll be handed the mandatory life sentence next week.