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Monster lies: Graham Dwyer claims cops are part of BDSM community

NewsBy Nicola Tallant
Graham Dwyer
Graham Dwyer

Bloodlust killer Graham Dwyer has launched a vile whispering campaign accusing gardai involved in the investigation into Elaine O’Hara’s murder of being involved in the secretive BDSM scene.

The Sunday World can reveal he has also accused a senior judge of being part of an underground ‘sex ring’ and has threatened to out him publicly.

Among the false rumours circulated by Dwyer is that one of the key gardai involved in the investigation  into Elaine’s murder was a member of Alt.com at the time her body was found. He has also ludicrously suggested that the cop wanted to keep the bondage evidence from the case for his own collection.

Dwyer is furious that he was convicted of murder and will tomorrow receive the mandatory sentence of life in prison. Sources say the architect explored the idea of pleading guilty to manslaughter – admitting to killing Elaine in a sex game which tragically went wrong.

Had the plea been accepted, he could have walked free after serving just five years, just like Eamonn Lillis. Instead, he is likely to die behind bars.

Since being caged, Dwyer has been directing his rage at those who put him away and has been intent on destroying and blackening as many names as possible. 

Many involved in the murder investigation have been implicated in the world of BDSM by him, despite there being absolutely nothing to suggest they have any interest in bondage or are involved in extra-marital relationships. 

“He feels that he has been destroyed and believes that it has nothing to do with his own actions, but is the fault of others. He is determined to bring others down with him,” a source said.

“He is very manipulative and has been dropping names of certain officers and legal people, even a number of judges, and claiming they were part of the BDSM scene.

Dwyer has been described as "very manipulative".

“The investigation team has found no evidence whatsoever for any of it. But the fact is, he has been working very hard to have the names circulated and those accusations can stick.

“It is not clear if he is doing this for anything more than revenge. It is hard to really know what is going on in a mind as sick as his.”
Senior legal experts have also been targeted by Dwyer, who is believed to be behind the leaking of the name of a solicitor who was tied-up and filmed by him as he performed sex acts on her. 

The woman is currently receiving psychological help after she had to give a statement to gardai in the run-up to the trial.

Her identity was withheld during the trial, but it is understood that Dwyer made sure her name was circulated in legal and media circles in the hope her reputation would be destroyed.

It is understood he was behind suggestions that she tipped off gardai to his identity during the probe into the discovery of Ms O’Hara’s remains. 

In fact, it was Dwyer’s own texts to Elaine’s ‘slave’ phone and a simple Google search that identified him to the investigation team. 

The Sunday World understands that throughout his trial Dwyer remained completely deluded, believing that gardai couldn’t link him to Elaine’s death.

In the run-up to and during the trial, he tried to blacken his vulnerable victim’s name, describing her as “that awful girl” and telling anyone who would listen that she had begged him to kill her.

He claimed during his arrest that he was “mortified” about the details of his secret sex life becoming public. But officers say that it was all a pretence and his psychopathic personality was simply emanating the feelings an ordinary individual would have felt in such circumstances.

Such are the depravities of Dwyer that he has maintained an interest in every individual involved in his downfall and is believed to have taken pages and pages of notes throughout his trial to let every witness know that he wasn’t going to forget them.

This week, the Sunday World publishes part one of the chilling book ‘Murder in the Mountains’ by journalist Michael O’Toole, who sat through every day of the case.

Elaine O'Hara.

The second part of the free true crime book will be available in tomorrow’s Irish Daily Star. In it, we reveal how gardai snared Ireland’s most-infamous killer and finally got justice for the woman he groomed to murder.

Sources have told ‘Murder in the Mountains’ that sex killer Dwyer – is now to be probed over the murders of two other women and the disappearance of another and that he is so dangerous that he will never be set free. 

We reveal how he joins a select few murderers who will die behind bars.