Nearly 280,000 images were found on O’Grady’s laptops and hard drives, the majority of them showing children in sexual poses. Ten of Ryan McMenamin’s squad tested positive for Covid-19 with another seven isolating but requests to have this game postponed were thrown out. Film-maker Amy Berg: Oliver O’Grady must be closely monitored, Get all the very latest news in Ireland straight to your email every single day. In 1993 he was sentenced to 14 years in California for four counts of lewd acts against children and was deported to Ireland on his release. O’Grady, 68, was dubbed the “Hannibal Lecter” of child sex attackers after it emerged he had abused up to 50 kids. “The Catholic Church should claim responsibility for him and put him in a safe place, far away from the children of Ireland and rest of Europe where he can still travel to freely.”. O’Grady needs treatment and hopefully someone will recognise that. The convicted child abuser had also infiltrated a religious community and helped oversee a number of christenings. Our. The defrocked priest, who is originally from Limerick and served in dioceses in California in the 1970s, has claimed he no longer poses a danger to youngsters. But O’Grady’s blithe interview is only half of the story, as the documentary also unveils how church superiors covered up O’Grady’s crimes and shuffled him from diocese to diocese in northern California, finally placing him in an unsupervised position of authority in a small town, where he sexually assaulted dozens of children; the video deposition of Los Angeles Cardinal Roger Mahoney is a grotesque … He was freed from Dublin’s Arbour Hill Prison in April after being convicted on child pornography charges. 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People don’t like to think of paedophiles as sick, only as monsters for the horrific crimes they commit. The award-winning documentary maker who interviewed paedo ex-priest Oliver O’Grady has warned he still poses a serious threat to children. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. But Amy Berg, who directed the controversial 2006 Oscar-nominated documentary Deliver us from Evil, which centred on O’Grady, said he is not to be trusted. She added: “Oliver O’Grady is a sick man who needs to be supervised. You can unsubscribe at any time. It emerged in 2010 O’Grady was hiding out in Rotterdam, Holland, after he had fled Ireland where he was working in a fast-food restaurant organising kids’ birthday parties. 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O’Grady, 68, … Oliver O'Grady Berg told Newsweek recently that she talked to O'Grady by phone for five months about discussing his sexual abuse problems on camera. “We don’t like to deal with the need for treatment. O’Grady pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to three counts of possessing child pornography at Dublin Airport on February 15, 2010 and at Citi Hostel on Charlemont Street and Elephant Storage Unit in Tallaght on December 10, 2010.