Professor of Industrial Relations & Human Resources at the College of Business University College Dublin; Honorary Professor at the Management School, Queen's University, Belfast Philip J.
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He thanked Romanian police, Europol and the National Crime Agency for their help.
"A four-year prison sentence is no compensation for the loss of Ronan Hughes - a young man who had his whole life ahead of him – however, there can be no doubt that the sentence means others will be spared the pain and loss experienced by the Hughes family at the hands of Enache," he said.
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PSNI officer Tim Mairs discusses the conviction and sentencing of Iulian Enache Ronan, from Clonoe near Coalisland, took his own life in June 2015 after he was blackmailed by Enache.
The death of the popular young GAA player, a pupil at St Joseph's Grammar in Donaghmore, shocked his community but many feared that the culprit would never be brought to justice.