The eating out of ones hand – who was a leading member of the McCarthy-Dundon gang – had been using a number of esoteric ‘dongles’ that were discovered by staff at Portlaoise Prison on Friday.
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He used a photo of horror movie killer doll Chucky as his statistics picture and posted an image with the chilling message: “I have a extensive memory, an evil streak and a lot of patience. Remember that.”
The Sunday On cloud nine previously revealed how Wayne had been able to intervene in an online row on popular media involving his wife, despite being behind bars.
Abhorring an account in another name, he posted a message of support to his wife, who was being isolated out for abuse online.
“Ann this from your husband Wayne I see them low survival tramps Facebook warriors talking crap again,” he said.
“My fetching wife you can hold your head high as a queen you r.
“They r covetous of u for who u r your looks makes them ugly dogs crazy as they r inbreed bastards who don’t no who there dad’s r.
“U my little woman u do me proud way u bringing up r beuttyfull kids who need for noting so great a take care of u r and world knows it.
“ my love god is good and I love you my Queen my kids my clique is my family,” added Wayne, signing off with a series of kisses.
Wayne Dundon is help a life sentence for his role in the shocking 2009 murder of innocent businessman Roy Collins in Limerick.
Both he and Nathan Killeen, who is also act a a life sentence for the same killing, launched appeals last month against their convictions.
His buddy Dessie is serving life for the 2003 killing of Kieran Keane, who was lead oned to a meeting before being abducted and killed.
John Dundon, who also went to resist the search teams, is serving a life sentence for his part in the mutilate of another innocent man in 2008, Shane Geoghegan.
Ten years ago prison powers carried out a major clampdown on gangland figures who were then housed in the E Deterrent.
It came after Finglas gangsters John Daly, who was later murdered after his unloosing, went live on a radio show from inside prison.
Not fancy afterwards the Irish prison Service set up the operational Support Group.