Famed defense attorney Dean Strang has been brought in by RTE bosses to help investigate who was behind the killing of the Ray D’Arcy show.
In what many would argue has been one of the biggest broadcasting crimes in Irish history, the Saturday night talk show has died numerous times, often live on air, yet no one has been held accountable for the travesty.
After receiving notoriety after his part in Steven Avery’s case documented in Making A Murderer, Strang next case will challenge him to discover who is responsible for the death of the Ray D’Arcy show.
Mainly place the burden of guilt on the broadcaster himself, citing evidence that places D’Arcy at the scene of the crime when the show was killed.
D’Arcy has spoken out though, claiming that terrible guests, like the infamous Jack Nicholos impersonator, were planted on the show and he’d absolutely nothing to do with it.
He claims that RTE themselves are setting him up, after they wrongly hired him for a radio show at great expense of the Irish license holder.
Dean Strang will be deposing Ray D’Arcy live on air on Saturday night in an attempt to uncover new evidence and build a case that could finally explain why the show has been brutally killed.
With such resources and funding behind it, nobody has been able to offer any plausible motive as to who or why anybody might want to make it so chronically boring.
The Ray D’Arcy show has baffled Irish viewers for so long and people are desperate for some sort of resolution or closing on the case. Hopes are that Dean Strang can finally shed some new light on the crimes committed and help bring those truely responsible to justice.
If you have any evidence that might help move this case forward in anyway, please get in touch with your local Garda station.