Published Thursday, 21 March 2013
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Stephen Desmond Smith, who appeared at Newry Magistrates' Court on Thursday, also faces a charge of arson.
Thomas O'Hare, 33, and 21-year-old Lisa McClatchey were beaten by a gang of men armed with hammers at their Foley Road home, near Keady in November 2006.
The pair were doused in petrol before being set alight.
Smith, 30, appeared in court hours after arriving in Northern Ireland from Sydney, Australia.
Dressed in a grey and blue hooded top and jeans, he listened intently to proceedings.
Smith was remanded in custody to appear in court in Armagh next week.
Two men have already been charged with the murders.
Martin Smith, 40, from Kevlin Glen in Omagh, Co Tyrone and Niall Smith, 37, of Mourneview, Mowhan in Armagh appeared in court earlier this year.
The brothers were arrested by gardaí at addresses in Dundalk, Co Louth and Balbriggan, Co Dublin in December, before being extradited to Northern Ireland.