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THE SCANDALOUS DEALS


All the following facts are unheard of in normal circumstances. All hint strongly that Duffy was offered a very persuasive package to name a person so as to clear up police files.

The following questions should be asked:

1. Was the refusal of Mr. David Mulcahy to give Duffy a false alibi for the time of the attack of his ex-wife the reason for Duffy to want revenge? YES!

2. Was Duffy offered any type of deal to name an accomplice and to recover from his amnesia?

During the course of Duffy´s interviews he declared that a lump sum of £ 20,000 had been deposited in his building society account.

In original interviews he refused to say where the money came from until he had time to think about it. Then he claimed his mother had deposited the money for him. His mother is a woman in her 60s who has only ever been a part-time cleaner at an old peoples´ home...

In Duffy´s latest sentence reports it has been mentioned that at some stage in the future he may be repatriated to Ireland to be with his sister after his mother dies.

This can only mean one thing - his eventual release. This for a man whose sentencing determined he would never be released. This comes so soon after he gave evidence against Mr. David Mulcahy.
Duffy has also been subject to various privileges in prison since co-operating with the police. He has been allowed to choose which wing and cell he resides in and he is able to move whenever he wants. This is unheard of for the average prisoner.

Duffy was sacked from his prison workshop job due to inappropriate behaviour towards female staff.

The police intervened and spoke to the prison governor and secured his re-instatement in his job. This occurred after he started co-operating with the police.

In Duffy´s psychiatric notes he makes numerous indications of written confirmation of his deal with police.

In court he claimed this deal was to do with his safety.

Once he began co-operating with police he would be taken to a police station and questioned. Whilst there he would be allowed the following:

All the above are unheard of in normal circumstances. All hint strongly that Duffy was offered a very persuasive package to name a person so as to clear up police files. In conclusion Duffy had a motive for naming Mr. David Mulcahy. Duffy also now seems to have a clear reason to co-operate with the police.

The only part of the afore-mentioned points not mentioned during the trial was the cash payment of £ 20,000 suddenly appearing in Duffy´s account. This despite Mr. David Mulcahy´s insistence that it should be.

Within the investigation for this website we found some important links to those individual or individuals actually involved in the murders and rapes with Duffy. THESE LINKS ARE WRITTEN IN RED COLOUR.