NewsLocal NewsCase adjourned pending directions of DPPBy admin – October 4, 2011 941 WhatsApp A CONVICTED gang rapist has been granted bail at Limerick District Court after he was arrested and charged with an assault on a woman, as well as breaches of the public order act. 24-year-old Dean Barry with an address at Garryglass Avenue was arrested after gardai were called to a disturbance on Vartry Avenue, Raheen. Barry was found at the scene to be involved with a number of others as part of a verbal dispute. Gardai told Limerick District Court that he was seen shouting and roaring at people in the vicinity shortly after 9.30pm.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up During the course of their initial investigation, gardai gave evidence that Barry was seen striking out at a female and punching her in the face. He was said to have been very abusive and highly intoxicated.Judge Eamon O’Brien heard that the accused man was arrested and charged with the offences and held to appear before court on September 29 last.Dean Barry has 47 previous convictions, including the gang rape of a woman in Cratloe while her boyfriend was locked in the car booth.Judge Eamon O’Brien consented to bail after no objection was made by the State and he was ordered to sign on, stay away from the alleged injured party and the area.Ted McCarthy solicitor was assigned as legal aid for the accused and the matter was adjourned until November 24 next for the directions of the DPP to be furnished to the court. Advertisement Print Email Facebook Twitter Previous article32-year-old man charged with Purcell murderNext articleLynxs deal launchpad for global cargo hub admin Linkedin
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Credit unions can expect continued exposure to cyber attacks.by: Jay McLaughlinLast year will be remembered as the year that left its mark on the state of computer security across the industry.From massive retail data breaches to cyber attacks waged by nation states against organizations, the widespread impacts led to unprecedented repercussions such as brand damage, increased audit scrutiny, and loss of market share.We witnessed a barrage of new malware variants and revamped sophisticated banking Trojans with even more capabilities.And how could we possibly forget the creative names bestowed upon the high-profile vulnerabilities disclosed: “Heartbleed,” “Shellshock,” and “Poodle” (you could cleverly add “oh my”).So what does 2015 have in store? Not surprisingly, we should probably hedge our bets toward more of the same.Protecting your membersThink credit unions and other community financial institutions aren’t in the cross-hairs? Think again.Account takeover fraud continued to rise in 2014, topping the $6 billion mark.Skilled fraudsters will continue to focus their attention on high-value targets—and no financial institution should think it’s excluded. continue reading »
“Leicester City can today (Tuesday) confirm that an agreement has been reached with KRC Genk for the permanent transfer of Wilfred Ndidi.Ndidi has already been handed a squad number by the English champions.“The Nigerian international midfielder, 20, has agreed personal terms, undergone a medical and will sign a contract to June 2022 once a work permit has officially been granted. He will wear City’s No 25 shirt,” Leicester announced via their website yesterday.Leicester also revealed that it expect to wrap up the five-year deal this week for the midfielder.Once the contract is sealed, Ndidi will team up with the Leicester City side which has his Super Eagles Assistant Captain and teammate, Ahmed Musa in it setup.The former Nigeria Under-17 player is touted as a replacement for Frenchman N’Golo Kante, who left the King Power Stadium in the summer to join Chelsea.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram WINTER TRANSFEREnglish Premier League champions Leicester City has confirmed that it is close to signing Nigeria international midfielder Wilfred Ndidi.The Foxes announced that Ndidi has agreed to a five-year deal that will keep him at the club till June 2022 but will have to wait to officially sign for the club “once a work permit” is granted by the British Home Office.Ndidi is expected to cost the English side around £15 million.