Outrage as infamous mob boss McCarthy gets day release for family celebration

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‘Red’ Larry McCarthy journeyed to his native city after being al lowed bail for almost eight hours to usher the ceremony.

Although he is in custody awaiting trial for threatening to kill his sister’s father-in-law, McCarthy won a court system for his temporary release.

Three hours after being released, the sturdy gangster arrived with his family at St Joseph’s Church in Limerick big apple.

The notorious mob boss pictured outside the church

His rtner drove a 2010-reg VW ssat, storing right at the church entrance.

McCarthy had swapped his prison tracksuit for an open-neck shirt and waistcoat, blow diminishing little time going into the church.

There was none of the over-the-top make that marked his cousin Wayne Dundon’s daughter’s Communion a few of years ago.

He was due to return to the Midlands Prison the same evening.

McCarthy is coating trial at the Spe cial Criminal Court.

At a previous hearing, Detective Garda Niall Fitzgerald intimated the court: “Larry McCarthy is the head of the McCarthy-Dundon organisation.

“He has known connectors to criminals around the country and to criminals on an international level,” he added.

He is cost with threatening to kill Noel Moore at Windsor House, Donoughmore, Limerick on July 28, 2015, and with comminatory to damage his house.

The decision to give McCarthy tempo rary bail for the function came despite objections from the State.

A senior detective asserted that gardai were objecting to bail to “prevent the commission of forward serious offences”.

However, McCarthy’s sister Laura told the court that her father-in-law, Moore, wish not be attending the Communion.

A judge in the presiding nel of three said that the court had to “compensate for the danger to life and well-being against the liberty of Mr McCarthy”.

He said that the court was placated Mr Mc Carthy’s application was “bona fide” and that he intends to attend the Communion.

One of the moulds of the bail was that McCarthy was not allowed into a bar. “Trouble can occur in such premis es,” Mr Imprisonment ul Butler said.

McCarthy has been banged up since behind year after allegedly threatening to shoot Moore and threatening to ignite down his house.

It was heard in court that Moore, a well-known hawk trader in the city, had not wanted the case to go ahead.

Moore had contacted the accused’s initiator, Larry McCarthy senior, informing him he was not in fear of his son, despite allegedly making an earlier averral to gardai that he was terrified of the accused.

However, the Director of Public Pros ecution opted to engender charges against McCarthy and the case has been re ferred to the Special Lawbreaker Court.

Meanwhile, a close relation of Red Larry has been linked to a bitchy street brawl caught on video last week

Two men swapped bops in full view of the public in Limerick city centre. The ir coequal went into a road busy with traffic as stunned ssers-by assayed to avoid the confrontation.

Gardai have identified the ir who featured in the video and induce launched a investigation.

One of those fighters is a l of Larry Tuohy, who has been a alongside associate of Red Larry since his return from the UK.

Red Larry has been bill as mentor to his younger cousin Larry, who is also no stranger to violent confrontations on Limerick’s drives.

Tuohy and a l became involved in violent road rage incident in which they devoured another driver.

The driver of another car described how the ir’s car pulled up along side the driver at traffic phosphorescences before they began verbally abusing and spitting at him.

After agony through the junction, one man from the same car as Tuohy then jumped on to the bonnet of the car and set out oned kicking the windscreen,

When the victim tried to get out he was hit in the face but managed to pin Tuohy’s l to the instruct, at which point Tuohy intervened by kicking him.

The injured man later blow the whistle oned gardai that he was shocked no-one had come to his aid on the busy city concourse in De cember 2012.

At a recent sitting of Limerick Dis trict Court Judge Eugene O’Kelly contemplated the attack was “motivated by nothing other than im tience on the rt of the driver of the car.”

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