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    Man arrested over Collins murder
    Tuesday, 29 September 2009 10:39
    A 25-year-old man has been arrested in Limerick and is being questioned in connection with the murder of Roy Collins.


    The man, who is from the south-side of Limerick, was arrested around 9am in the Meelick area of Co Clare.


    He is being detained at Roxboro Garda Station.


    34-year-old Mr Collins was shot dead on 9 April last as he worked in the family bar in Roxboro.


    One man has already been charged with his murder and is in custody awaiting trial
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      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zm6y6...;feature=playe r_embedded


      Not quite "The Sopranos", is it?[img]smileys/lol.gif[/img]
      \"This year is different because this year they won\'t beat snow off a rope. They\'ll revert back to type and get 6 shades of s**t bate out of them in the group stages of the HEC ...\" Tobyglen 21 Sept 2010

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        I'll drink to this scumbag's death tonight.<h1>Limerick murderer dies in jail of suspected coronary </h1>
        A CONVICTED
        murderer, who was once described by gardai as one of the most dangerous
        men in Limerick, died in hospital this Wednesday after he suffered a
        suspected heart attack while exercising at Portlaoise Prison.</span>
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        <div id="va-text">Ray
        Casey, 46, of Ashe Avenue, John Carew Park, Southill had been serving a
        life sentence for the horrific murder of barman Noel Pyper in August
        1997.

        Another man Anthony Casey, 29, of Mount Pleasant Avenue
        was also sentenced to life in prison after he too was convicted of
        murdering the 38-year-old who died after he was attacked at a laneway
        in the city centre.

        Both men were convicted following a lengthy trial at the Central Criminal Court in Dublin, which concluded in January 2002.

        During
        the trial the jury was told that both men had followed Mr Pyper from a
        city centre takeaway on the night of the killing and that they had
        attempted to rob him of the takings from the pub where he was working.

        Mr Pyper died as a result of severe injuries which he suffered during the mugging.

        He
        was repeatedly kicked in the face and head and post mortem results
        showed he had choked on his own blood. Mr Pyper, who was suffering from
        an advanced stage of throat cancer at the time, was described in court
        as a quiet man who "wouldn't say boo to a fly."

        Senior gardai
        told the jury that Ray Casey was a violent man and at one point during
        the trial he was described as one of the most dangerous men in
        Limerick.

        According to prison sources he collapsed while
        exercising on Wednesday afternoon and attempts to resuscitate him at
        the nearby Portlaoise Hospital were unsuccessful.

        A
        post-mortem examination was conducted on the body of Ray Casey this
        Thursday and the Irish Prison Service has launched an investigation
        into his death.</div>

        \"You have to be fair in football - you have to be honest and well done to you if you\'ve won, but you have to win in a good way.\" Thierry Henry, Stade de France, Arsenal 1-2 Barcelona, 16-05-2006.

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          May he rot in hell !

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            its a pity these lads have to die naturally

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              Originally posted by Combatlogo


              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zm6y6fqM54Q&amp;feature=playe r_embedded


              Not quite "The Sopranos", is it?[img]smileys/lol.gif[/img]


              [img]smileys/rolleyes.gif[/img]


              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQR5Y0Z9nQg


              Seas suas agus troid!

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                Ever wonder if such deaths were not as "natural" in the end? D'ya think that there could be cover-ups inside in prisons? I wouldnt put it past our system, given how corrupt this nation is.
                Two pints please :-D

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                  Originally posted by ComdtTomBarry
                  Ever wonder if such deaths were not as "natural" in the end? D'ya think that there could be cover-ups inside in prisons? I wouldnt put it past our system, given how corrupt this nation is.

                  Why would they kill this scumbag?
                  g\'wan bruff!!

                  ``The answer is not heavy- handed regulations that crush the entrepreneurial spirit and risk- taking of American capitalism. That\'s what\'s made our economy great.\"
                  -Barack Obama


                  \"The first lesson of economics is scarcity: There is never enough of anything to satisfy all those who want it. The first lesson of politics is to disregard the first lesson of economics\"
                  -thomas sowell

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                    Originally posted by ComdtTomBarry
                    Ever wonder if such deaths were not as "natural" in the end? D'ya think that there could be cover-ups inside in prisons? I wouldnt put it past our system, given how corrupt this nation is.

                    Spare me the deluded nonsense from a Republican bar-stooler.[img]smileys/rolleyes.gif[/img]
                    \"This year is different because this year they won\'t beat snow off a rope. They\'ll revert back to type and get 6 shades of s**t bate out of them in the group stages of the HEC ...\" Tobyglen 21 Sept 2010

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                      Originally posted by daveyk


                      its a pity these lads have to die naturally


                      Look on the bright side - one less scumbag your taxes have to support in jail.


                      Every cloud has a silver lining[img]smileys/biggrin.gif[/img]
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                        Originally posted by bruffian

                        Originally posted by ComdtTomBarry
                        Ever wonder if such deaths were not as "natural" in the end? D'ya think that there could be cover-ups inside in prisons? I wouldnt put it past our system, given how corrupt this nation is.

                        Why would they kill this scumbag?
                        Coz he's a scumbag who could easily threaten to do the same to someone like a guard while behind bars. He's in for life like, it doesnt matter what he does in there, he's never gonna get out, nor will he face a death sentence.
                        Two pints please :-D

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                          Originally posted by ComdtTomBarry
                          Originally posted by bruffian


                          Originally posted by ComdtTomBarry
                          Ever wonder if such deaths were not as "natural" in the end? D'ya think that there could be cover-ups inside in prisons? I wouldnt put it past our system, given how corrupt this nation is.

                          Why would they kill this scumbag?

                          Coz he's a scumbag who could easily threaten to do the same to someone like a guard while behind bars. He's in for life like, it doesnt matter what he does in there, he's never gonna get out, nor will he face a death sentence.

                          Never going to get out?


                          Are you kidding me? He was in his mid 40s,had already been in jail for over 7 years.He'd have probably been out by the time he was 60,should he have lived,knowing our justice system.


                          7 out of 10 travellers die before the age of 59. Its not uncommon for a traveller to die young.Thye dont tend to live very healthy lives.


                          A full 80% dont live long enough to claim an old age pension.
                          g\'wan bruff!!

                          ``The answer is not heavy- handed regulations that crush the entrepreneurial spirit and risk- taking of American capitalism. That\'s what\'s made our economy great.\"
                          -Barack Obama


                          \"The first lesson of economics is scarcity: There is never enough of anything to satisfy all those who want it. The first lesson of politics is to disregard the first lesson of economics\"
                          -thomas sowell

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                            Could be wrong but I don't think he is a traveller. He certainly has namesakes in that "community" butfairly surehe is notone himself. He has a brother who was arrested for rape a couple of years ago and later managed to escape out a toilet window while in court.

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                              Originally posted by LLCOOLJ14

                              [img]smileys/rolleyes.gif[/img]


                              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQR5Y0Z9nQg

                              the comments on this are, eh, interesting to say the least
                              "They think they know us, but they haven't a clue"

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                                Don't know the fella doing the chasing but when I was doing security in Limerick, Killeen was a right little scumbag.

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