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EP132: The Grangegorman Murders

EP132: The Grangegorman Murders

Update: 2022-04-182
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In 1997, two women were mutilated and murdered on the grounds of a psychiatric hospital in Grangegorman, Ireland. Only months later, a young couple named Catherine and Carl Doyle were slaughtered in their countryside home in front of their four young children. All four of the victims were murdered at the hands of a young father named Mark Nash, who would eventually become known as one of Ireland's most violent and gruesome killers of all time.

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Sources:
1) REPORT OF THE COMMISSION OF INVESTIGATION ON DEAN LYONS
2) Article from Independent.ie/irish-news "Portrait of a serial killer: Mark Nash showed no emotion"
3) Article from Independent.ie/irish-news "I think he's a monster - Mark Nash's daughter describes shocking moment she discovered her dad was notorious killer"
4) Article from www.thejournal.ie "Grangegorman murders: Serial killer's appeal against his conviction is rejected"

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Dizzy Dj

Hey ladies, Irishman here. firstly the sheltered employment scheme that you mentioned is a specific scheme for people with disabilities to allow them to work and earn some money. Most of these schemes have been discontinued as they exploited people by paying them a meagre amount to complete menial tasks, that were highly profitable for the workshop owners. You stated that you think life in Ireland means life, unfortunately this is not true, you could serve as little as 7 years on a life sentence. At present the government is working on a minimum 20 year sentence for life, but has not come into effect yet. In saying that I can not see Nash ever been released. Finally Saint Brendans had a really dark history in its treatment of people with mental health difficulties and also of those without who were committed for reasons such as adultery or illegitimate pregnancy (always women). It is now closed and Grangegormon has become the campus for the the new Dublin Technical University. Many thanks for your podcast, keep up the good work. Dizzy

Apr 20th
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Megan

they need less stereotyping in their application of profiles.

Apr 18th
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EP132: The Grangegorman Murders

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