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Post  lily on Mon May 30, 2016 11:13 pm

That will do her in and make her crazy.
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Dave Mahon sentenced to seven years for killing stepson Dean Fitzpatrick

Post  Max on Tue Jun 14, 2016 3:13 am




http://www.irishmirror.ie/news/irish-news/crime/dave-mahon-sentenced-seven-years-8082290


Dave Mahon sentenced to seven years for killing stepson Dean Fitzpatrick


12:23, 13 JUN 2016UPDATED 12:53, 13 JUN 2016
BY PAT FLANAGAN , BLAND MURPHY


Last month the 45-year-old was cleared of murdering Dean Fitzpatrick, the older brother of missing Amy Fitzpatrick, on May 26, 2013


Dave Mahon has been sentenced seven years for killing his stepson.

Last month the 45-year-old was cleared of murdering Dean Fitzpatrick, the older brother of missing Amy Fitzpatrick, on May 26, 2013.
But a majority verdict by 10 jury members to two found him guilty of his manslaughter.

During the case he had been accompanied to court by his wife and the mother of the deceased, Audrey Fitzpatrick.

When Judge Margaret Heneghan handed down his sentence at the Criminal Courts of Justice, the killer glanced over at his loyal wife Audrey Fitzpatrick who was battling to hold back tears.

After the verdict Mahon was led away from the court after Judge Margaret Heneghan refused bail and remanded him in custody.

Dean, 23, received a stab wound to the abdomen outside the apartment Audrey shared with Mahon at Burnell Square in Northern Cross, North Dublin.

The knife damaged a number of the dad-of-one’s organs as well as the aorta.


The mother of Dean Fitzpatrick wept as her killer husband Dave Mahon was sentenced to 7 years for the manslaughter of her son this morning.

During the eight-day trial the State argued Mahon was drunk, angry and agitated when he thrust a knife into his stepson with deadly intent.

Mahon claimed the death was an accident or possible suicide and Dean had “walked into the knife” while they had been arguing.

The trial heard Mahon had been in a relationship with Audrey for 12 years at the time her son died.

The couple moved to Spain’s Costa del Sol with her two children in 2004.

Mahon worked as an estate agent and told gardai they were millionaires, with eight or nine houses and bars but they had spent it all looking for Amy.

The teenager went missing without a trace on New Year’s Night in 2008 as she walked home from a friend’s house along an unlit dirt track.

Despite extensive searches, she has never been found.

Dean moved home to Dublin soon after turning 18 and lived with his father Christopher Fitzpatrick.

He met his partner Sarah O’Rourke in 2010 and they had a son together and lived in Lusk, North Dublin.

Mahon and Audrey returned to Ireland more recently and the court heard they’ve wed since Dean was killed.

Mahon told gardai he and Dean had “an up and down” relationship.

However, they had joined a gym together and both attended separately the day before the row.
Dean allegedly saw his stepfather’s bicycle parked outside and took the plastic water bottle off it to annoy him.

Staff in the gym said there was nothing they could do unless Mahon reported it to gardai but he said he wouldn’t do that over a water bottle. He decided instead to contact his stepson.

Mahon spent much of the next day drinking and phoning Dean and records showed several unanswered calls.

Ms O’Rourke said the defendant threatened to stab her in the neck if she didn’t get her partner to call him back.

Mahon eventually convinced Dean to come to his apartment and CCTV showed him enter the building at 11.06pm. Mahon left seven minutes later.

The defendant said his stepson had pulled a knife on him in the apartment and he had wrestled it from him and put it into his pocket.

He added Dean had left but he followed him out and took the knife out to show it to him. Mahon said Dean had walked into it.
The trial heard Dean ran downstairs but collapsed outside and bled to death internally.

The prosecution pointed to a number of threats Mahon had made to stab his stepson however, the defence said these weren’t serious and were perhaps part of a particular vernacular.

Justice Heneghan told the jury of six women and six men that three possible verdicts would be open to them: – guilty, not guilty of murder but guilty of manslaughter, or not guilty.

They found him guilt of manslaughter.

Ms Justice Heneghan said the defendant had offered a plea of guilty of manslaughter prior to the trial, but this plea had been rejected by the DPP, and she said she must take this into account when sentencing.

She said that Mr Mahon had also apologised, through his barrister, to all those who knew Mr Fitzpatrick, and had indicated he would not be appealing the verdict.

Ms Justice Heneghan imposed a seven year sentence.



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Pat Flanagan recalls the day Dave Mahon attacked him as he's sentenced for Dean Fitzpatrick's manslaughter

Post  Max on Tue Jun 14, 2016 3:20 am



http://www.irishmirror.ie/news/irish-news/pat-flanagan-recalls-day-dave-8182887



Pat Flanagan recalls the day Dave Mahon attacked him as he's sentenced for Dean Fitzpatrick's manslaughter



19:35, 13 JUN 2016
BY PAT FLANAGAN


The sentence means he will serve little more than five years in jail for for the manslaughter of his stepson



David Mahon is a very lucky man not to be serving a much longer sentence for killing his stepson, Dean Fitzpatrick.

He is also very lucky to have got this far without already serving a lengthy sentence as he is a violent man with an explosive temper.

The reason I know is because he attacked me within seconds of approaching him to ask a few simple questions about Amy Fitzpatrick’s disappearance.

I had gone to his home in the Riviera del Sol complex in Mijas Costa near Fuengirola in the first week of January 2008, a couple of days after his step-daughter vanished.

As soon as he opened the door and I told him I was from the Irish Mirror, he came at me and then, as when he killed Dean, he had been drinking.

I backed off and didn’t get to ask him any questions about when he last spoke to the 15-year-old who has not been seen since.

Residents in the complex where he lived told me it was not unusual for Mahon to cause a disturbance and they were also well used to his heavy drinking.

The questions I wanted to ask were about the disappearance with Amy.

One of her close friends had confided that Amy did not like Mahon and would keep away from him as much as possible.

She also claimed there had been a blazing row between Amy and Mahon in the days before the teenager disappeared.

During the recent court case Mahon was portrayed almost as a victim when the reality is that he is a violent man with a hair-trigger temper, who is capable of killing

The sentence which Mahon will serve is little more than five years in jail for taking away a young man’s life.

It is sickening and makes a mockery of the so-called justice system.

Dean’s mother Audrey has vowed to stand by her killer husband, which just goes to show that love really is blind.

But then again, so is the justice system.


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Post  bb1 on Tue Jun 14, 2016 9:23 am

Thanks, Max - the second piece is very telling, isn't it.

No wonder so many suspect that poor Amy also 'accidentally walked onto a knife Mahon was holding'.

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Post  lily on Tue Jun 14, 2016 2:43 pm

Those two poor kids.  Crying or Very sadCrying or Very sad
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Friend of Amy Fitzpatrick reveals chilling warning letter sent to Irish Embassy before disappearance

Post  Max on Tue Jul 05, 2016 5:30 am



http://www.sundayworld.com/news/crimedesk/friend-of-amy-fitzpatrick-reveals-chilling-warning-letter-sent-to-irish-embassy-before-disappearance



Friend of Amy Fitzpatrick reveals chilling warning letter sent to Irish Embassy before disappearance



Saturday 2nd July 2016


A CHILLING letter sent to the Irish embassy in Spain in 2005 warned that Amy Fitzpatrick would "disap­pear" if she was picked up on the street by her stepfa­ther, convicted killer Dave Mahon.

Mahon (45), was sentenced to seven years in prison for the manslaughter of his stepson Dean Fitzpatrick in the Cen­tral Criminal Court last month.

Dean’s savage killing was the second tragedy to strike the Fitz­patrick family after his teenage sister, Amy, went missing from her home in Spain in 2008.

The Sunday World can reveal for the first time that an Englishwoman, who Amy had been staying with, wrote to the Irish embassy saying Mahon had threatened the teenager and she claimed he could abduct her.

The explosive letter from Pearl Cantlie pleaded with the authorities, both in Spain and Ireland, to intervene and was written two-and-a-half years before her disappearance. It also contained claims that Mahon had tried to strangle Dean on two occasions

“If Amy is picked up on the street by [Mahon]...it is probable that she will disappear,” she chillingly predicts.

She adds: “Amy is scared for her own safety in terms of possible violence. My family are also at risk of threats and violence.”

Amy (then 15), disappeared on New Year’s Day 2008. She was last seen by Debbie Rose and her daughter Ashley, who had put her up over the holiday period.

Both Debbie and Ashley claim that Amy had her phone with her when she left their house, never to be seen again.

Dad-of-one Dean (23) was knifed to death three years ago by a drunken Dave Mahon at the Dublin apartment which the killer shared with partner Audrey.

Dean’s paternal family believe he had been haunted by what had happened to Amy back in Spain but was too afraid to confide in authorities about what he knew.

Dean and Amy’s father, Christopher, told the Sunday World: “In light of Mahon’s conviction, and also the fact that Pearl Cantlie names him as possibly doing harm to her in a letter nearly three years before she went missing, I would like to see him formally questioned.”

Pearl – who is now back living in England – was too fearful to speak further when contacted by the Sunday World. She sent her explosive letter to the Irish embassy in Madrid and a copy to Christopher’s family on May 9, 2005.

In the letter, she claims Amy was initially tricked into moving to Spain on the pretence she was going on holiday.

“Amie (sic) was tricked into staying in Spain,” holistic expert Pearl wrote. “She was brought over on ‘holiday’, then her mum ripped up the return tickets. This cut her off from her father’s support and care.

“When Amie was locked out of her mum’s house in Ireland or unfed, she would go to her father. Here in Spain she and her brother had no address to go to, and no food or money when locked out.

“Amie is very underweight and eats huge portions and often when at our house, she is hungry. The exception to this is the last two days when she is too anxious to eat.”

Pearl wrote that on another occasion, and despite the obvious threat, another family member told the teenage girl “to go to Audrey’s boyfriend, David [Mahon], who had previously strangled her brother in front of Audrey and Amie”.

“Dean, her brother, has since run away, works and stays at a friend’s house. This strangulation happened twice. Not a safe place for Amie and why should the boyfriend take on the responsibility of someone else’s child.”

Family insiders claim that in one of Dean’s last admissions, he recalled Mahon trying to break down a bathroom door with a hammer, where Amy had tried to barricade herself for her own safety.

Pearl’s daughter, Kim, was one of Amy’s best friends in Spain, and when she was locked out of her mother’s house or having bust-ups with Mahon she would find refuge with the Cantlies.

Pearl said in her letter that she had telephoned two named individuals at the Irish embassy in Madrid, and she had been told by them they would contact social services in Spain to talk to Amy and Audrey.

A spokesperson for the embassy confirmed to the Sunday World they did indeed receive the letter back in 2005.

“Amie has no passport, clothes of her own, money or permanent home,” added Pearl. “She wants to live with her father.

“We are in a difficult position of having a ‘minor’, whose mother is now trying to find Amie, staying at our home.”

Amy’s diary, previously published by the Sunday World, once revealed how she was left to forage in bins for food, while her mother and Mahon went on drinking binges.

“Amie was not in a safe environment and declares neglect, threats and physical violence to her brother, as well as permanent abandonment and previous abandonment,” Pearl wrote.

Pearl continued in her letter that she had “pleaded with the embassy” to confirm Amy would not be allowed home until “these allegations are properly investigated” and maintained the Spanish police would have to be involved.

Pearl then asked in relation to Amy’s treatment in Spain: “Does abandonment (permanent or otherwise) in a foreign country carry a prison sentence in Ireland?”

Pearl concluded her letter by revealing Amy’s friends had made a pact not to tell her mother where she was hiding.

“I want the mother to understand that she has to leave Amie (and us!) alone.

“As yet she hasn’t been able to find Amie. My daughter (in Amie’s class at school) has told everyone to tell the mother nothing and explained what the mother and her boyfriend have done.”

Amy’s mum spent years campaigning to find her daughter with Mahon at her side. They told how they spent all their life savings in the hunt but no trace of the teenager was ever found.





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Post  Max on Tue Jul 05, 2016 5:37 am




http://www.herald.ie/news/inmates-accept-3k-offer-by-gang-to-slice-up-mahon-in-prison-34856944.html


Inmates accept €3k offer by gang to 'slice up' Mahon in prison


Ken Foy – 05 July 2016 02:30 AM


A group of inmates in Mountjoy Prison has accepted a €3,000 offer to "slice up" convicted killer Dave Mahon.


The 45-year-old was sentenced to seven years in jail last month for the manslaughter of his partner's son, Dean Fitzpatrick, in May, 2013.

The Herald can reveal that jail bosses in Mountjoy Prison are aware of a "very serious and credible threat" to Mahon's safety and he is now locked in his cell for up to 22 hours a day.

Sources have revealed that a group of inmates from the Darndale and Coolock areas of the capital's northside have agreed to take up the €3k offer to "slice up" the violent killer after being offered the money by a northside gang.

"Mahon is under serious threat and money has been offered to slice him up and give him a severe hiding," a source revealed.

"He is aware of the threat and it is being treated as very credible by prison staff in Mountjoy. There are a number of fellows who are determined to get him. He is in very serious bother.

"Mahon is hated by a number of criminal factions in the jail, especially because of how he killed Dean Fitzpatrick" the source added.

It is understood that Mahon is "eager" to get transferred from Mountjoy because of the threats against him.

He is now on a special protection regime which means that he is only allowed out of his cell for a couple of hours each day.

Mahon, now known as prisoner 84976, was temporarily out of jail last month to undergo a hip replacement operation. He was brought from Mountjoy Prison for three days to Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital for the surgery.

Since his return to the jail, it is understood that the threats against Mahon have intensified and it has emerged that a jailed 27-year gangland criminal from the Kilmore area of the capital has been one of the main agitators against Mahon.

Mahon is understood to be still recovering from his hip operation and is said to be "not in the best of health."

His victim, father-of-one Dean Fitzpatrick (23), was the older brother of missing teenager Amy Fitzpatrick who disappeared in Spain on New Year's Day 2008.

Mahon's stepson Dean received a stab wound to the abdomen outside the apartment that his mother, Audrey Fitzpatrick, shared with Mahon at Burnell Square, Northern Cross on the capital's northside.

Ms Fitzpatrick has stood by Mahon, who she married in May 2015, two years after he killed her son.

A week after Mahon was convicted of killing Dean but cleared by the jury of murder, Audrey wrote on Facebook that she was "feeling proud" of her husband and she claimed that he was not a bad man.

She has visited Mahon in Mountjoy Prison on a number of occasions.


At Mahon's trial, the State argued that he was drunk, angry and agitated when he thrust a knife into his stepson with deadly intent. Mahon claimed his death was an accident or possible suicide.

He said that his stepson had pulled a knife on him and that he had wrested it from him and put it into his pocket. He said that Mr Fitzpatrick had walked on to the knife.

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The trial heard that dad-of-one Mr Fitzpatrick ran downstairs, but collapsed outside and bled to death internally.

Mahon had been in a relationship with Audrey Fitzpatrick for 12 years by the time her son died. The couple had moved to Spain's Costa Del Sol with her children, Dean and Amy, in 2004 where he worked as an estate agent.

Amy went missing as she walked home from a friend's house along an unlit dirt track.

Dean was 17 when his sister vanished and he moved home to Dublin soon after turning 18 and lived with his father, Christopher Fitzpatrick.

Dean met his partner, Sarah O'Rourke, in 2010 and they had a son together.


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Post  bb1 on Tue Jul 05, 2016 3:23 pm


A week after Mahon was convicted of killing Dean but cleared by the jury of murder, Audrey wrote on Facebook that she was "feeling proud" of her husband and she claimed that he was not a bad man.


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Spanish police urged to follow up ‘new line of inquiry’ in to missing Irish expat Amy Fitzpatrick

Post  Max on Thu Dec 01, 2016 9:58 am



http://www.theolivepress.es/spain-news/2016/11/29/spanish-police-urged-to-follow-up-new-line-of-inquiry-in-to-missing-irish-expat-amy-fitzpatrick/



Spanish police urged to follow up ‘new line of inquiry’ in to missing Irish expat Amy Fitzpatrick


Irish politician Mick Barry has now urged to Department of Foreign Affairs to prompt Spanish authorities to reopen the case

By Rob Horgan (News Editor) - PUBLISHED -  29 Nov, 2016 @ 16:42 LAST UPDATED: 29 Nov, 2016 @ 17:05 0



THE father and aunt of missing expat girl Amy Fitzpatrick are urging Spanish police to follow up a ‘new line of inquiry’ into the 15-year-old’s disappearance.

Government officials have agreed to meet with Christopher Fitzpatrick and Christine Kenny to discuss the case.

Irish politician Mick Barry has now urged to Department of Foreign Affairs to prompt Spanish authorities to reopen the case.

“I think the Government should act by respectfully prompting Spanish authorities to re-open this,” he said. “For legal reasons I cannot discuss the new line of inquiry in any more detail.”

Amy was last seen on New Year’s Day in 2008 when she went missing from her Mijas apartment where she lived with mum Audrey Fitzpatrick and stepdad Dave Mahon.

Mahon, 45, was sentenced to seven years in prison this year after he was found guilty of killing Amy’s brother Dean Fitzpatrick in a broad daylight stabbing in Dublin.



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Post  bb1 on Thu Dec 01, 2016 10:45 am

Thanks, Max.

Yes, I agree the investigation into Amy's disappearance should be reopened. And start by looking very close to home.

It's obvious from Audrey's conduct over the death of her son at Mahon's hands, that she wouldn't hesitate to lie to protect him and help him cover up the truth.

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Post  lily on Thu Dec 01, 2016 4:27 pm

She, like her husband, is a POS.
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Missing Amy Fitzpatrick’s ill mother to travel to Spain to ‘kick-off’ fresh investigation

Post  Max on Fri Dec 16, 2016 12:19 am





Missing Amy Fitzpatrick’s ill mother to travel to Spain to ‘kick-off’ fresh investigation


Audrey Mahon is currently bedridden with a liver disease


By Rob Horgan (News Editor) - PUBLISHED - 15 Dec, 2016 @ 17:29 LAST UPDATED: 15 Dec, 2016 @ 17:29


THE mother of missing expat teen Amy Fitzpatrick is aiming to be well enough to kick-off a fresh investigation into her daughter’s disappearance in June.

Audrey Mahon said she is planning to return to Spain in June to ‘kick off’ a new investigation into Amy’s disappearance, some nine years after Amy went missing on January 1 2008.

Currently bedridden with a liver disease, Audrey – whose husband Dave Mahon is currently in jail after killing her son Dean Fitzpatrick in a Dublin street fight – recently revealed that the fate of her children has forced her into a life of drinking.

“Not so long ago I was just drinking, and sleeping, and drinking and not eating until eventually I ended up in hospital,” she said.

“I just didn’t care any more. I always had a drink, we all had a drink. It did get worse after Amy went missing and it got twice as bad after Dean.”

In May,Mahon was found guilty of killing Dean, the older brother of missing teenager Amy, on May 26, 2013.

Last month, Amy’s father Christopher Fitzpatrick said he hoped to Irish and Spanish police would look into ‘new leads’ surrounding the case.


http://www.theolivepress.es/spain-news/2016/12/15/missing-amy-fitzpatricks-ill-mother-to-travel-to-spain-to-kick-off-fresh-investigation/

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Post  Sabot on Fri Dec 16, 2016 7:43 am

Oh my, poor soul. She really can't see what she has done. But that's a neat bit of karma kicking around.
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Post  lily on Fri Dec 16, 2016 2:57 pm

Sure does seem like that Sabot.  Remember that alcohol addiction always contains denial.
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Post  bb1 on Fri Dec 16, 2016 4:55 pm

He's destroyed the whole family.

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Post  Sabot on Fri Dec 16, 2016 5:05 pm

bb1 wrote:He's destroyed the whole family.

He'll be the only one left in a minute.
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Post  bb1 on Fri Dec 16, 2016 5:37 pm

It's only a matter of time before he starts wanting compenshayshun for something or other, so he has a nice little nest egg when he gets out of jail.

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Post  lily on Fri Dec 16, 2016 9:39 pm

He may find out that he has a nice case of cirrhosis of the liver in an advanced stage before long.
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Post  Sabot on Fri Dec 16, 2016 10:30 pm

lily wrote:He may find out that he has a nice case of cirrhosis of the liver in an advanced stage before long.

I very much doubt it, Lily. Some people can drink interminably, and some people can't. She obviously can't. But I suspect that he can.

I only know that this poor little girl was grossly let down by a couple of drunks who gave not a wit for her.

The rest is speculation. That arsehole mother of hers effectively abandoned her. Only this is beyond my comprehension.

Now, both of her children are gone. Tis no wonder to me that she is high tailing towards self destruction. Have another drink, why don't you.
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Dave Mahon loses appeal to reduce manslaughter sentence almost ten years after Amy Fitzpatrick vanished from Costa del Sol

Post  Max on Sat Dec 09, 2017 6:00 am



http://www.theolivepress.es/spain-news/2017/12/07/dave-mahon-loses-appeal-to-reduce-manslaughter-sentence-almost-ten-years-after-amy-fitzpatrick-vanished-from-costa-del-sol/


Dave Mahon loses appeal to reduce manslaughter sentence almost ten years after Amy Fitzpatrick vanished from Costa del Sol


By Laurence Dollimore (News Editor)
PUBLISHED - 7 Dec, 2017 @ 14:59 LAST UPDATED: 7 Dec, 2017 @ 14:59

DAVE Mahon has lost his appeal to have the sentence he received for killing his partner’s son reduced.

The 46-year-old was given seven years behind bars for the manslaughter of 23-year-old Dean Fitzpatrick, his stepson, in May 2013.

The young man was stabbed in the abdomen outside the apartment his mother, Audrey, shared with Mahon in Dublin.

The court heard that the two men had been arguing about a missing part of a bicycle.

The State argued that Mahon was drunk and agitated and had intended to kill his stepson.

Mahon claimed the death was accidental and that Fitzpatrick ‘walked into the knife’ he was holding.

The jury found him guilty of manslaughter in June last year.

Mahon did not appeal his conviction but appealed the severity of the sentence, but it was dismissed in court today.

It comes almost 10 years after Fitzpatrick’s 15-year-old sister Amy Fitzpatrick went missing on New Year’s Day 2008 as she walked home from a friend’s house on the Costa del Sol.

She has not been seen since.

Amy’s mother Audrey Fitzpatrick has forgiven Dave for killing her son.

The pair were engaged before Amy disappeared from near her home in Calahonda.





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Post  Sabot on Sat Dec 09, 2017 8:36 am


Thanks, Max, A blast from the past. I do sometimes wonder what that boy was going to tell.
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British expat killer Dave Mahon gets cancer in prison

Post  Max on Sun Jan 28, 2018 11:53 pm



http://www.theolivepress.es/spain-news/2018/01/25/british-expat-killer-dave-mahon-gets-cancer-in-prison-as-search-for-missing-stepdaughter-amy-fitzpatrick-in-spain-continues/


British expat killer Dave Mahon gets cancer in prison as search for missing stepdaughter Amy Fitzpatrick in Spain continues

By Laurence Dollimore (News Editor)
PUBLISHED - 25 Jan, 2018 @ 12:30 LAST UPDATED: 25 Jan, 2018 @ 12:30


KILLER expat Dave Mahon has been diagnosed with cancer.

The convicted killer has cancer of the throat and neck, sources in Ireland have revealed.

It comes as he continues to serve his seven-year sentence for stabbing his stepson Dean Fitzpatrick to death in Dublin in 2013.

During the trial, Mahon tried to argue Dean had run into his knife during a heated argument in an ‘attempted suicide’.

The murder was just five years after Dean’s sister, Amy Fitzpatrick, vanished from the Costa del Sol.

The 15-year-old was walking to her home on Mijas costa on New Year’s Eve in 2007 when she disappeared.

While many pointed the finger at Mahon, a body was never found and searches have failed to turn up any substantial evidence.

Amy’s biological father launched another appeal during the tenth year anniversary this month.

“I am still devastated over the loss of my two children, Amy and Dean,” he said, “I would like to ask people, who were there 10 years ago when Amy went missing and may have information that can now share, to please contact police.”





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Jailed killer Dave Mahon diagnosed with cancer

Post  Max on Sun Jan 28, 2018 11:58 pm


https://www.buzz.ie/news/dave-mahons-cancer-diagnosis-269582


Jailed killer Dave Mahon diagnosed with cancer


Jailed killer Dave Mahon, who was convicted in 2016 of the manslaughter of his stepson Dean (23), was given the news that he had cancer of the throat and neck last Friday.
Mahon (45) claimed Dean walked into the knife he was holding following an altercation in his home in 2013. The Irish Daily Star can now exclusively reveal that will now receive chemotherapy and radiotherapy on a regular basis as he hopes to overcome the disease.

And speaking to The Irish Daily Star last night, Dave’s devastated wife Audrey described the moment he told her the news:

“He just said ‘it’s cancer’, that’s all he said to me and like that I just stopped in the middle of the street and started crying,” Audrey said.

“He just said ‘stop crying, it’s going to be ok’. All I said was what the hell else can happen to us?”

Audrey’s daughter Amy went missing in Spain 10 years ago, and Dave was sentenced to seven years behind bars in 2016 for killing her son Dean.

And now the pair must face another battle, as Dave will have to attend hospital five times a week while remaining in custody.

Audrey says she knew for a month that her husband may have cancer, but was devastated when the diagnosis was confirmed last week








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Re: DAVE MAHON CHARGED WITH MURDERING DEAN FITZPATRICK, BROTHER OF MISSING AMY

Post  Sabot on Mon Jan 29, 2018 12:45 am


My immediate reaction was sympathy. Don't ask me why.
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https://www.thesun.ie/news/2335789/caged-killer-dave-mahon-rushed-from-prison-to-dublin-hospital-for-chemotherapy-as-brute-faces-tough-battle-to-beat-cancer/

Caged killer Dave Mahon rushed from prison to Dublin hospital for chemotherapy as brute faces tough battle to beat cancer[

Mahon — who stabbed innocent stepson Dean Fitzpatrick, sister of missing Amy Fitzpatrick, to death — is now receiving care at top hospital after he was brought from Wheatfield Prison






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