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# warren-dumbrell - Friday 29 April, 2016

Violent prisoner getting his own garden also allowed personal, private access to gym and shop

“Is it a holiday in Spain for really maiming or really hurting one of our people?” is a question being asked by officers.

# warren-dumbrell - Tuesday 22 February, 2011

TWO BROTHERS HAVE been found guilty of murdering Dublin man Christy Cawley over four years ago.

Warren and Jeffrey Dumbrell had pleaded not guilty to murder, saying they had only meant to threaten Cawley who died after they stabbed him in Tyrone Place, Inchicore in October 2006.

Newstalk reports this evening that it is the second time the Dumbrell brothers have been convicted in relation to the death. They had their original sentence for murder overturned at the Court of Criminal Appeal last year.

After today’s verdict of murder at the Central Criminal Court, the men both now face mandatory life sentences.