# graham-dwyer - Thursday 20 April, 2017
Dwyer was sentenced to life for the murder of Elaine O’Hara.
# graham-dwyer - Saturday 2 January, 2016
Serial killers live and work among us and reside in our prisons, with little or no attention given to them, writes John O’Keeffe.
# graham-dwyer - Wednesday 30 December, 2015
# graham-dwyer - Wednesday 23 December, 2015
The Paul Williams title is not on the shelfs of the prison’s library due to “taste”.
# graham-dwyer - Thursday 20 August, 2015
“Victoria”, a young Swedish woman in her 20s, says she thinks of him as an ‘old friend’
# graham-dwyer - Wednesday 29 July, 2015
What privileges are there for the dead, asks criminologist John O’Keefe, who says Ireland must become a society that places equal respect on both offender and victim.
# graham-dwyer - Monday 13 July, 2015
Photos appeared over the weekend of displays which had the books side-by-side.
# graham-dwyer - Tuesday 30 June, 2015
It’s Tuesday! Here’s all the news you need to know.
# graham-dwyer - Wednesday 24 June, 2015
Victoria Andreenkova says she ‘doesn’t see him as a convicted killer’.
# graham-dwyer - Friday 19 June, 2015
“We knew there was no pathology evidence to support anything, so it came down to what other evidence did they have.”
# graham-dwyer - Thursday 14 May, 2015
Dwyer lodged an appeal against his murder conviction on Monday.
# graham-dwyer - Monday 11 May, 2015
The jury found that Dwyer stabbed Elaine O’Hara to death for his own sexual gratification. He was given 21 days to appeal.
# graham-dwyer - Tuesday 21 April, 2015
They described Dwyer as “a cold calculating man”.
# graham-dwyer - Monday 20 April, 2015
Eleven of the 12 jurors who convicted Dwyer of murder were in court to hear the sentencing.
5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…
Graham Dwyer was sentenced to life in prison this afternoon.
Graham Dwyer will appear in court today to hear his sentence.
Last month, Dwyer closed his eyes and shook his head when the guilty verdict was delivered.
# graham-dwyer - Friday 3 April, 2015
Until we accept that we have inaccurate perceptions about what kind of person perpetrates sexual violence, it will continue.
# graham-dwyer - Tuesday 31 March, 2015
This trial was about a misogynist’s criminal desire to control, dominate, harm and kill a woman – we must not exceptionalise this.
# graham-dwyer - Monday 30 March, 2015
# graham-dwyer - Sunday 29 March, 2015
A criminal psychologist analyses why people were so fascinated by the Elaine O’Hara murder trial.
Here’s everything you need to know as you start your Sunday.
It is believed that Graham Dwyer has received many letters from women in his 18 months at Cloverhill Prison.
# graham-dwyer - Saturday 28 March, 2015
Every day crowds of people queued outside the court in order to get a seat, but why? We asked people who attended “from day one”.
Nothing was left unsaid – or unshown – at the Graham Dwyer trial for the murder of Elaine O’Hara
Here’s everything you need to know as you kick off your weekend.
The life and death of Elaine O’Hara and the details of Graham Dwyer’s predilections flowed out of this trial, but details could have withheld until a verdict.
The moment a man so certain of freedom on Thursday has had the door slammed on his previous middle-class life.
The seven men and five women heard 45 days of disturbing and gruesome evidence.
# graham-dwyer - Friday 27 March, 2015
We got glimpses into the man’s character and interests – both known and hidden.
The Graham Dwyer trial, rent supplements and Daffodil Day… all in your evening new’s catchup.
The trial of Graham Dwyer took place over two months – but his web of horror began back in 2008.
Garda James O’Donoghue says any officer would have acted the same way.
It was the last question the jury asked of the judge before giving its verdict.
From an anonymous suburban apartment block to a lonely, windswept reservoir – each played an important role in catching Elaine’s killer.
Graham Dwyer doesn’t mention Elaine O’Hara in his statement, but Gemma Dwyer does.
They also hope the case will highlight the need to be careful while socialising online.
“Obnoxious”. “Lies”. “Disturbing”. “Grotesque”. Mr Justice Tony Hunt pulled no punches on his view on Dwyer’s behaviour.
The judge in Graham Dwyer’s trial had plenty to say on the subject.