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13:16, 4 June 2015 

Notorious child rapist DW beaten by vigilante gang who wanted him out of town

"A notorious child rapist was beaten by a vigilante gang after word got out he was staying in a local bed and breakfast.

Pervert DW was in south Dublin when locals decided they wanted him out of the area.

When he left the bedsit, he was set upon by the group in Ringsend, in the south inner city, reports the Irish Mirror.

W has now been moved to Irishtown Garda Station for his own safety and will be moved on to another location this evening.

The savage assault was first highlighted on the FM104 Phoneshow with Chris Barry last night.

No arrests have been made following the attack."

05 June 2015 12:00 AM

Convicted rapist beaten and chased out of Dublin suburb by furious mob

"A CONVICTED child rapist had to be hospitalised after being beaten by a vigilante mob which ran him out of a Dublin suburb." 

10 June 2015 06:43 AM

Local mob that beat up convicted child rapist in Dublin were 'concerned parents'

"A woman who claimed to be involved in a group of local people who beat up a convicted child rapist said she 'wouldn't describe it as a vigilante mob'."


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Jun 04, 2015

DW – known child rapist was ‘badly beaten’ by vigilante group in Dublin last night


18:47, 20 July 2015

Child rapist DW tracked down, confronted and attacked in Garda station by vigilante group

"A man recorded the group's actions from start to finish in a three minute clip which shows an attack on the pervert, previously caged for raping a young girl."

20 July 2015 06:16 AM

Child rapist filmed being kicked and punched in city garda station attack

"A man is being questioned after a convicted child rapist who was tracked down by vigilantes was attacked in a garda station."


9:35 22 Jul 2015

How should we deal with convicted sex offenders returning to the community?

"Recent vigilante action has sparked a debate about dealing with convicted sex offenders after release from prison.

Newstalk Breakfast spoke with Maeve Lewis, Executive Director of One in Four, and Padraig MacLochlainn, TD for Donegal North East and Sinn Féin Spokesperson on Justice and Equality, this morning.

Ms Lewis said that while she could “really understand the concern parents might have if there were convicted sex offenders living in the community” it was still important to resist any temptations to give in to mob mentality.

“I think we need to take a deep breath and stand back and a look at what is the best way to protect children,” she said.

The man attacked in the video has been widely identified in the press and on social media – by radio show hosts to politicians in recent weeks – and Chris asked Ms Lewis what the knock on effect of that could be.

“I suspect what will happen is that man is going to go underground and that is when he will be most dangerous,” she said.

“All the research shows right around the world that if we are to keep children safe, the sex offenders we know, be they convicted or not, need a number of things – they need not to be living in isolation.

“They need support from the community, they need to have meaningful work and they need to be managed by the statutory services.

“The guards, the probation officers, social workers need to know where they are and keep an eye on them.”"


10:32, 1 August 2015 

DW: Notorious child sex beast [offensive and inflammatory] spotted fleeing Ireland and heading for the UK

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