In an interview with BBC Radio Foyle, Arlene Farley also said she had no doubt that the RAAD gunmen set out to kill – and it wasn’t a ‘warning’ attack gone wrong.
“We were lying in bed and we heard big bangs, so I looked out of the window and saw a man with a baseball cap kicking and kicking the door,” she said.
“He had a shotgun in his hand.
“The next thing the shot came through the window, I turned round and Andy fell to the ground. He said: ‘Arlene, I can’t feel my legs’.
“I was trying to phone the guards and the next thing Andy just slid towards me, towards the door.
“I rang the ambulance straight away and I was trying to hold his head up because the blood was coming out of his mouth.
“The neighbour helped me put him on his back and I tried to give him CPR.
“I tried to blow in his mouth but the blood was just coming out of his mouth, and down his nose and I knew he was dead.”
You can read the full interview here:
Meanwhile Gardai are planning to appeal for information tonight – one week after the brutal murder.
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