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Ireland A deadly darkness: Keane Mulready-Wood's last call home

06:05  19 january  2020
06:05  19 january  2020 Source:   independent.ie

Teen brutally butchered by Narco-style killers named as Drogheda native Keane Mulready-Woods

  Teen brutally butchered by Narco-style killers named as Drogheda native Keane Mulready-Woods Gardai have outlined two main suspects in the shocking case, both of whom have links to feuds in Coolock and Drogheda .One of the men has recently been released from prison while the other escaped a hit attempt just hours before the gruesome discovery was made in Dublin.The suspect escaped by the skin of his teeth on Monday when the taxi he was travelling in was shot at in an apparent retaliation in Drogheda.An innocent driver was rushed to hospital after the shooting and suffered non life-threatening injuries.

Gardaí say DNA tests have confirmed that human remains found in a car in Ballybough in Dublin on Wednesday morning are those of 17-year-old Keane Mulready - Woods . The teen went missing from his home in Co Louth on Sunday.

Keane Mulready - Woods who was last seen in Drogheda on Sunday. Photograph: Facebook. The full tragedy of teenager Keane Mulready - Woods ’ s death played out, as so Last year, he smashed the window of home of the mother of a boy who owed a drug debt before throwing a petrol bomb inside.

a person posing for the camera: Keane Mulready-Woods (17) Keane Mulready-Woods (17)

The final phone call of the child who was brutally murdered in the Drogheda feud was to his mother, to say he would be home later and asking her to leave money out for a taxi. The call marked Keane Mulready-Wood's final contact with his family before the 17-year-old was abducted, murdered and his body dismembered and dumped on a housing estate, as a warning from one crime gang to another.

Keane, who was sucked in aged 14 as a runner for one of two feuding drugs gangs, was under a curfew to be home before dark and had been observing the rules, according to a local parish priest, Fr Phil Gaffney, from the Holy Family Church. At the time of his death, he was on licence after being convicted of intimidating a local mother over the drug debts to the gang racked up by her child.

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GARDAI are probing if Keane Mulready - Woods ’ psycho killers recorded his depraved murder. They are trying to establish if evil gangsters made a video of the But cops confirmed last night that shocking clips shared on social media were not of Keane or his murder and were distressing his family.

Keane Mulready -WoodsCredit: PA:Press Association. " Keane was last seen in Drogheda by his family at approximately 6.00pm on the evening of They are trying to establish if evil gangsters made a video of the 17-year-old’ s brutal slaying to taunt enemies in the deadly Drogheda feud.

The brutal killing of "a child trying to find his way" has shocked gardai who said it marked a new low in the city's worsening gang violence. The boy's murder, which was followed by three gangland shootings and a stabbing in Cork, has catapulted gangland violence on the political agenda. The Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, insisted yesterday that Ireland was a "safe" country, pointing to Ireland's "relatively low crime rate".

Members of Garda Siochana (Irish Police) patrol Dublin city center during Christmas Season.  On Saturday, December 21, 2019, in Dublin, Ireland. (Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images) © Artur Widak/NurPhoto Members of Garda Siochana (Irish Police) patrol Dublin city center during Christmas Season. On Saturday, December 21, 2019, in Dublin, Ireland. (Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images) This "doesn't detract in any way from the seriousness of the crimes we have witnessed in the last number of days which are unspeakable and are appalling," he said. The violent acts have "worried absolutely everyone" and acknowledged a "real concern", particularly among parents who fear their children may get caught up in drugs or become victims of violence. 

Gardai say video on social media is not footage of Irish teen Keane Mulready-Woods' murder

  Gardai say video on social media is not footage of Irish teen Keane Mulready-Woods' murder Chief Superintendent Christy Mangan said that Keane's family were distressed by the pictures and video and asked people not to share it online .He added that it wasn't helping the investigation, is disrespectful to the victim and is scaring other people including other witnesses,RTE reports. © Collins Photo Agency Tragic Irish teen Keane Mulready-Woods (left) and (right) Gardai remove the vehicle on Trinity Terrace, Drumcondra, Dublin where human body parts were found in a burned out car Fake reports on social media are hindering the garda probe according to the top cop.

Keane Mulready - Woods Gardai. The thugs who killed and dismembered 17-year-old Irish teen Keane Mulready - Woods — whose severed head was found inside a burning car — during an apparent gang hit may have filmed the brutal slaying and posted it online, according to a new report.

The remains of Keane Mulready - Woods , 17, were found in a blazing Volvo hatchback in Keane was last seen alive on Sunday evening at Saint Dominic' s Bridge in Drogheda where he'd gone to Police believe he was abducted and taken to a nearby home , where he was tortured and murdered before

"We will have periods where there is a spate of violence. We've seen that certainly in the last week. But that doesn't mean our law and order has broken down."

However, Micheal Martin, the Fianna Fail leader, claimed that the government was "losing control". Harrowing details of the boy's abduction unfolded several days last week when his severed limbs were dumped in a holdall on a housing estate in Coolock and other severed remains were discovered days later in a burnt-out car in the north inner city.

Garda Siochana logo on Kevin Street District Garda Station in Dublin center. On Tuesday, March 26, 2019, in Dublin, Ireland. (Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images) © Artur Widak/NurPhoto Garda Siochana logo on Kevin Street District Garda Station in Dublin center. On Tuesday, March 26, 2019, in Dublin, Ireland. (Photo by Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images) In a chilling development, it has emerged that gardai discovered a flip flop in the holdall containing Keane’s severed limbs, which they suspect is a shocking message from the Dublin gang boss who is believed to have ordered the boy’s death.

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  Gardaí watch airport in hunt for suspect in Keane Mulready-Woods murder A manhunt is under way for a major Drogheda feud criminal, who is also a main suspect for the gruesome murder of Keane Mulready-Woods (17), after a warrant was issued for his arrest. In a special bulletin, officers have been warned the thug is "dangerous" and armed gardaí are required to deal with him. The arrest warrant - issued on Thursday of last week - is not linked to last week's savage abduction, murder and dismemberment of the Drogheda teenager.

Keane Mulready Woods made some terrible choices. Keane Mulready - Woods ' body parts were found in two different locations. In areas such as Derry and Belfast in the north, it’ s the so- called ‘New IRA’ who are preying on kids living in deprived areas.

Keane Mulready - Woods , 17, is thought to have been murdered at a house in Drogheda, north of Dublin, overnight Sunday in a gangland slaying. Investigators believe Mulready - Woods was targeted in revenge for the murder of Richie Carberry, who was shot dead outside his home in Bettystown last

One line of inquiry is whether Keane was murdered by a Dublin gang boss aligned to one side of the feud in retribution for the murder of an ally.  Detectives are also investigating whether Keane was involved in filming an assault on the Dublin gang boss, in which his gym bag was taken. The footage was later shared on social media, as were images of flip flops retrieved from the gangster’s gym bag. 

Garda suspect that having murdered Keane, the Dublin gang boss left a pair of flip flops with his severed limbs as a warning to those involved.

Chief Superintendent Christy Mangan, who is leading the investigation in Drogheda, said Keane was “a child of a lost generation”. Speaking to the Sunday Independent yesterday, he said the problem was societal. He called for a public campaign, similar to the successful anti-smoking and road safety campaigns, to stop people from taking cocaine.

“We need a campaign now to stop people from taking cocaine, in dealing in cocaine and contributing to the deaths like Keane’s. I think we have to attach responsibility to the people involved in consuming cocaine.”

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