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    All escorts in Cork please be extra vigilant. Larry Murphy the convicted rapist who kidnapped and tried to kill a lady has been seen in the City centre.

    I can't post pic from this phone but if someone would that'd be helpful.

    Stay Safe everyone, Alex x

    (I've posted this here as some escorts don't sign in so won't see the post in private section)
    I am in Cork

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    One of the great scandals, imho, of the Irish Justice System.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_...%28criminal%29




    The problem with Larry Murphy is that he is strongly suspected of being a serial killer and is regarded as a danger to the public. He was released because it wasn't proven.
    If he was a serial killer, as suspected, he had abducted women off the street in broad daylight and would be very dangerous.
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    Larry Murphy has served his time whether we like it or not. I don't see why this thread should be allowed.

    There are plenty of bad people around: murderers, rapists, paedos etc but we don't know their names or their faces. Has Larry Murphy had any known involvement with escorts? Sorry, but this is likely to only create hysteria and scare people for no reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveB View Post
    One of the great scandals, imho, of the Irish Justice System.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_...%28criminal%29




    is regarded as a danger to the public. .
    you mean he is a danger to women. There are plenty guys around for him to abuse.

    Westside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe00 View Post
    Larry Murphy has served his time whether we like it or not. I don't see why this thread should be allowed.

    There are plenty of bad people around: murderers, rapists, paedos etc but we don't know their names or their faces. Has Larry Murphy had any known involvement with escorts? Sorry, but this is likely to only create hysteria and scare people for no reason.
    I would normally agree with the above sentiments.
    And I do believe that Murphy would be very stupid to reoffend.
    And there has been much unnecessary hysteria over sightings of him.

    But still, he is possibly still dangerous.
    Quote, (Wikipedia) “During questioning about the woman's injuries, it was reported that Murphy commented: "Well, she's alive isn't she?" and: "She was lucky", and showed no sign of remorse or guilt. Even though a life sentence was available to the court and would mean Murphy could be held in custody indefinitely, Judge Carney sentenced Murphy to only fifteen years (taking into account Murphy's guilty plea which spared his victim having to testify in court and highlighting the fact that sentences by him had been overturned by the Criminal Court of Appeal) and he served just ten. Murphy was sentenced before the Sex Offenders Act was introduced in 2001 so he is not subject to a post-release supervision order.”

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    Although only convicted of this crime, Murphy is regarded as being the prime suspect in the disappearance of a number of young women in the mid to late 1990s in the Leinster area, when he was known to be living in the region. These women have become known in popular parlance having disappeared within "Ireland's Vanishing Triangle". The list of vanished women include:

    Eva Brennan (1993)
    Annie McCarrick (1993)
    Imelda Keenan (1994)
    Jo-Jo Dollard (1995)
    Fiona Pender (1996)
    Fiona Sinnott (1998)
    Ciara Breen (1998)
    Deirdre Jacob (1998)

    No other such disappearances occurred while Murphy was in prison.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joe00 View Post
    Larry Murphy has served his time whether we like it or not. I don't see why this thread should be allowed.

    There are plenty of bad people around: murderers, rapists, paedos etc but we don't know their names or their faces. Has Larry Murphy had any known involvement with escorts? Sorry, but this is likely to only create hysteria and scare people for no reason.
    That's a little easy for you to say. You're not the one opening your door to strangers who are all stronger than you and allowing them in. At least now they are aware and can put a face to the name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveB View Post
    One of the great scandals, imho, of the Irish Justice System.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_...%28criminal%29




    The problem with Larry Murphy is that he is strongly suspected of being a serial killer and is regarded as a danger to the public. He was released because it wasn't proven.
    If he was a serial killer, as suspected, he had abducted women off the street in broad daylight and would be very dangerous.
    Larry Murphy is an Irishman who, in 2001, was convicted of kidnapping, repeatedly raping, and attempting to murder a young Carlow woman in the Wicklow Mountains.[1]

    During the ordeal, Murphy kidnapped the woman and locked her in the boot of his car. He then drove to Kilkea in County Kildare, where he repeatedly raped and beat her. She was then locked in the boot again while he drove to Spinans Cross in the Wicklow Mountains where he again raped her several times vaginally, anally and orally.[2] The woman began to fight back and Murphy produced a plastic bag, which he placed over her head in an attempt to suffocate her. He stopped his assault when two late-night hunters came across the scene and recognised[citation needed] Murphy. Murphy fled the area and returned to his home.[3]

    The hunters then escorted the terrified woman to the police station in Baltinglass, where they identified Murphy as her attacker. Murphy was arrested the next morning when members of the Garda Síochána (the Irish police force) came to his home. He knew why they were there and admitted what he had done the previous day. Murphy was later tried and convicted of rape and attempted murder. He was released on 12 August 2010 after serving ten years. His release caused a public outcry, particularly as he had refused treatment while in prison and never demonstrated any remorse. Murphy's suspected involvement in some of Ireland's most famous missing persons cases also contributed to the controversy.[4][5][6][7]

    During questioning about the woman's injuries, it was reported that Murphy commented: "Well, she's alive isn't she?" and: "She was lucky",[8] and showed no sign of remorse or guilt.[9] Even though a life sentence was available to the court and would mean Murphy could be held in custody indefinitely, Judge Carney sentenced Murphy to only fifteen years (taking into account Murphy's guilty plea which spared his victim having to testify in court and highlighting the fact that sentences by him had been overturned by the Criminal Court of Appeal) and he served just ten. Murphy was sentenced before the Sex Offenders Act was introduced in 2001 so he is not subject to a post-release supervision order.

    Missing
    Eva Brennan (1993)
    Annie McCarrick (1993)
    Imelda Keenan (1994)
    Jo-Jo Dollard (1995)
    Fiona Pender (1996)
    Fiona Sinnott (1998)
    Ciara Breen (1998)
    Deirdre Jacob (1998

    And Fiona Pender was 7 and half months pregnant !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by willie wacker View Post
    Larry Murphy is an Irishman who, in 2001, was convicted of kidnapping, repeatedly raping, and attempting to murder a young Carlow woman in the Wicklow Mountains.[1]

    During the ordeal, Murphy kidnapped the woman and locked her in the boot of his car. He then drove to Kilkea in County Kildare, where he repeatedly raped and beat her. She was then locked in the boot again while he drove to Spinans Cross in the Wicklow Mountains where he again raped her several times vaginally, anally and orally.[2] The woman began to fight back and Murphy produced a plastic bag, which he placed over her head in an attempt to suffocate her. He stopped his assault when two late-night hunters came across the scene and recognised[citation needed] Murphy. Murphy fled the area and returned to his home.[3]

    The hunters then escorted the terrified woman to the police station in Baltinglass, where they identified Murphy as her attacker. Murphy was arrested the next morning when members of the Garda Síochána (the Irish police force) came to his home. He knew why they were there and admitted what he had done the previous day. Murphy was later tried and convicted of rape and attempted murder. He was released on 12 August 2010 after serving ten years. His release caused a public outcry, particularly as he had refused treatment while in prison and never demonstrated any remorse. Murphy's suspected involvement in some of Ireland's most famous missing persons cases also contributed to the controversy.[4][5][6][7]

    During questioning about the woman's injuries, it was reported that Murphy commented: "Well, she's alive isn't she?" and: "She was lucky",[8] and showed no sign of remorse or guilt.[9] Even though a life sentence was available to the court and would mean Murphy could be held in custody indefinitely, Judge Carney sentenced Murphy to only fifteen years (taking into account Murphy's guilty plea which spared his victim having to testify in court and highlighting the fact that sentences by him had been overturned by the Criminal Court of Appeal) and he served just ten. Murphy was sentenced before the Sex Offenders Act was introduced in 2001 so he is not subject to a post-release supervision order.

    Missing
    Eva Brennan (1993)
    Annie McCarrick (1993)
    Imelda Keenan (1994)
    Jo-Jo Dollard (1995)
    Fiona Pender (1996)
    Fiona Sinnott (1998)
    Ciara Breen (1998)
    Deirdre Jacob (1998

    And Fiona Pender was 7 and half months pregnant !!!
    I don't think the cops think he is involved in all of the disappeared especially Ciara Breen and Fiona Pender. He was only
    convicted of the one abduction and Rape but it was such a violent Rape I think he should have got life as only for the 2 hunters
    that night this poor woman would have been killed . I think if he was found dead in the morning it would be a relief to every woman
    in the country and that is not a nice thing for me to have to say but sadly it is true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Sarah View Post
    He should have been locked up for life the animal!!!

    He got his life back what about his victims that have to life with what happened to them. That will stick to them forever...
    a bullet to his head I wouldn't wastes the money on keeping scum like him in prison

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Feckem View Post
    That's a little easy for you to say. You're not the one opening your door to strangers who are all stronger than you and allowing them in. At least now they are aware and can put a face to the name.
    People are going to be scared unnecessarily. The next step is going to be organising a lynch mob like happened in Dublin:

    http://www.independent.ie/irish-news...-31388814.html

    Murphy done his time and is probably being watched very closely.

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