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Knife killer Dave Mahon and wife Audrey worked with Kinahans on fundraiser

Dave Mahon and Audry with Kinahan cronie Aaron Bulger
Dave Mahon and Audry with Kinahan cronie Aaron Bulger
Daniel Kinahan
Daniel Kinahan

KILLER Dave Mahon courted crime boss Daniel Kinahan and got him to arrange a fundraiser in Spain for his missing stepdaughter Amy, it can be revealed today.

This photograph shows Audrey Fitzpatrick and her husband Mahon in the Kinahan-linked Auld Dubliner pub in Puerto Banus, Spain, in March 2012.

They can be seen standing with Aaron Bolger, who was injured in the Hutch raid on the Regency Hotel in Dublin in February.

Bolger, from Tallaght in Dublin, was shot in the leg by a masked gunman linked to the Hutch faction.

In this image, Audrey and Mahon can be seen hanging out with Bolger and also brandishing a certificate thanking Kinahan mob boss Daniel for his help.

Audrey is holding a framed certificate in the picture. It reads: “The Auld Dubliner was presented with this certificate for sponsoring and participating in the 20km walk from Puerto Banus to Elvira on 18 September 2011.

“Amy Fitzpatrick went missing in Spain whilst walking home on 1st January 2008.”

The certificate ends: “Audrey Fitzpatrick and Dave Mahon want to get heartfelt thanks to all, especially Daniel Kinahan and his staff here for their support.”

And the Sunday World can also reveal that the mother of Audrey’s only grandchild, Leon, has vowed to never let her see him again.

Audrey has continued to stand by Mahon, despite the fact he was jailed for knifing her son to death.

David and Audry at his knife trial 

Also in our snap, another crony of the Kinahans can be seen with his arm around Mahon.

To the far left is Anthony Fitzpatrick, a boxing manager in the Kinahan-aligned MGM gym – which was raided by Spanish police this week.

Meanwhile, Dean’s partner Sara Louise O’Rourke has gone into a tirade over how Audrey forced TV3 to pull a planned documentary this week on Amy’s disappearance.

Dean Fitzpatrick 

The Sunday World revealed how Audrey sent a solicitor’s letter to TV3, threatening an injunction and legal action if the Donal MacIntyre show was aired on Wednesday.

Amy disappeared on New Year’s Day in 2008 and the Sunday World recently revealed how a parent who had been regularly looking after the teenager had written to the Irish embassy in Madrid in 2005 warning them that Amy was in fear of her life from Mahon.

He was found guilty this year of knifing to death Audrey’s only other child, Dean (23), in Coolock, north Dublin, in 2013.

“I don’t understand why this documentary can’t be aired,” raged Sara Louise.

“Audrey may be related to me by blood, but she’ll never ever lay those evil eyes on my son. She has not seen him in four years. Horrible woman.”