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Claims sex offender uses Twitter
28 Jul 2014 22:10
The Director of Public Prosecutions has asked for an order preventing a convicted sex offender from contacting children online.
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It comes after a court heard he was using Twitter to claim he worked for the band One Direction.
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36-year-old Brian Mulvihill was sentenced to 12 years in prison in 2007 for what a judge then called "an appalling" aggravated sexual assault on a young woman.
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The Court of Criminal Appeal later suspended the last four years of this term.
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Shortly afterwards he received a five year term in Ennis Circuit Criminal Court for a separate sexual assault.
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Mulvihill, is originally from Kilkee in Co Clare but has a current address of Tyrconnell Road, Inchicore Dublin 8.
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He was released under supervision in September 2012 on the condition that he follows all directions of the Probation Services for ten years.
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