Paul Crosby, a sadistic gangster, was recently given a ten-year sentence for his part in helping to kill 17-year-old Keane Mulready Woods. The victim’s family and the community as a whole are happy about this. Crosby, who was 27 years old, was an enforcer for Maguire’s criminal organization. He always did what the Drogheda boss told him to do. Many people are shocked and angry that he took part in such a cruel and pointless act. One of the worst crimes in recent Irish history was the killing of Keane Mulready Woods.
The teenager’s mother, Elizabeth, reported him missing on January 13, 2020. A few days later, his body was found in pieces in a van in Dublin. The body was in terrible shape, and it was hard for people to believe that it had been done by a person. The police took a long time and a lot of effort to figure out what happened. The crime was done in a way that was meant to shock and scare people, and the police were determined to catch those who did it.
Even though it was hard, they were able to find enough proof to charge Paul Crosby with helping to plan the murder. Crosby’s part in killing Keane Mulready Woods shows how brutal and violent organized crime in Ireland is. He was an enforcer for Maguire’s gang, and it was his job to do what the leader of the gang told him to do. In this case, he helped buy a van that was later used to transport the teen’s body after it had been cut up.
Keane Mulready Woods was killed, but no one knows why. There is still a lot of guessing about what happened that led to his death. The young man, on the other hand, was clearly a victim of the brutal violence that comes with organized crime. It’s sad that a 17-year-old boy with his whole life ahead of him got involved in such a brutal and pointless act of violence. The sentence given to Paul Crosby is a reminder of what happens to people who are part of organized crime.
Many people are shocked and angry about how brutal the crime was and how it was done. Even though the ten-year sentence can’t bring the young man back or make his family feel better, it is a step toward justice and a warning to others who might be tempted to do something similar. The family of Keane Mulready Woods has our deepest condolences and apologies on behalf of our organization.