Leo Varadkar's vow over sick murderers of Keane Mulready-Woods

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Leo Varadkar promises to 'put behind bars' murderers of Keane Mulready-Woods

Leo Varadkar has promised he is “100% behind the people of Drogheda” and vowed to “put behind bars” the sick killers of 17-year-old Keane Mulready-Woods.

Speaking to reporters before he met the gardai, Mr Varadkar said: “We’re in Drogheda today and first of all I’d like to express my revulsion and condemnation of the very serious crime that has taken place here and also to assure the people of Drogheda that the Government is 100% behind them, that we’re going to get these people behind bars, we’re going to make this town safe again.

“I really want to say to people across the country, and also to people here in Drogheda, that crime doesn’t pay, that we will get these people behind bars and make this town safe again.

 

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