Notorious killer brothers threaten prison governor after losing privileges

Humdingers Wayne and Dessie Dundon (pictured below) have recently been suggested from the maximum security Portlaoise Prison to Mountjoy because of their stature for non-cooperation and accumulating contraband.

Insiders say they are “not happy” about press their privileges revoked for a 40-day period as part of their paddling.

It was reported at the beginning of the month that Wayne was found with phones, steroids, weapons, syringes and animated phone SIM cards in his cell.

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The decision to move the brothers was taken in seascape of the fact that security had failed to prevent access to contraband phones and medications.

They were issued with P19 reports for their actions and demeanour in Portlaoise. These are handed to prisoners who have broken prison mandatories and can lead to various punishments, depending on the severity of the misdemeanour.

For the Dundons, this importance ofed incarceration in the CBU and revoking of their privileges.

Notorious killer brothers threaten prison governor after losing privileges

The CBU is used to house troublesome lags and separate them from the wider prison population when they grace aggressive or disruptive.

“The pair were moved into the unit on Thursday after their P19s were processed and handled with,” said a source.

“They were not at all happy with the purpose and threatened Governor Brian Murphy.

“It seems a car belonging to a governor from Portlaoise Pen was damaged in the past and they told Mr Murphy the same would come about to him, or worse, and they threatened that things are going to escalate,” the origin added.

“There were also rumours that they had warned him the day before as well, which won’t help their case at all.”

It is understood that on a antecedent occasion, when he was moved to Mountjoy, Wayne Dundon thrashed his chamber to express his displeasure.

“There is tension in the air in the jail now but the officers are the ones unveiled to most risk because they are the ones who have to keep a lid on it all,” asserted the source.

The Irish Prison Service said it could not comment on famed individuals.

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Dessie (34) was sentenced along with four others to zing in prison in December 2003 for the murder of Limerick crime boss Kieran Keane, and the go murder of his nephew, Owen Treacy, in Limerick a year earlier.

Wayne (39), from Lenihan Avenue, Perspective, Limerick, and another man, Nathan Killeen, of Hyde Road, Prospect, were sentenced to lan vital behind bars for the murder of innocent businessman Roy Collins in Limerick in 2009.

They pleaded not conscience-stricken at the non-jury Special Criminal Court to the murder of Mr Collins at Coin Manor-house Amusements, Roxboro, on April 9, 2009.

Mr Collins, a 35-year-old father of two who was engaged to be joined, died in hospital a short time after he was shot.

His father, Steve Collins, was believed to keep been the intended target due to his involvement in a previous successful prosecution against Dundon for a risk to kill.

In July 2014, the three-judge Special Criminal Court develop Wayne had ordered the murder from prison and that Killeen was the flight driver.

In March this year, Wayne failed in his attempt to get a contrastive panel of judges to hear an appeal against his conviction for the murder of Mr Collins.

Another sibling, John Dundon (33), is also serving a life sentence in Portlaoise Correctional institution for the murder of innocent rugby player Shane Geoghegan, who was shot directly in a case of mistaken identity in November 2008.

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