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Pervert Evil OAP rapist Eamon Foley clashes with judge after allegedly breaching sex order again

The arrogant 61-year-old has sacked several legal firms and represents himself in court

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Eamon Foley

Eamon Foley

Eamon Foley

Evil OAP rapist Eamon Foley clashed with a judge this week after he was charged with breaching his sex order yet again.

The dangerous pervert, who raped 91-year-old Mary Anne McLoughlin in her sleep back in 1999, has consistently refused to abide by the Sexual Offences Prevention Order put in place by the court to protect the public from predators like him.

The arrogant 61-year-old has sacked several legal firms and represents himself in court.

With an address given as The Caravan, Dreenan Road in Castlederg, Foley is accused of non-compliance by failing to notify police of his release from custody on 20 May 2018.

In court he has argued annual notification requirements do not apply to him, because the law was brought in after he was convicted.

But sadly for Foley, the justice system does not agree with his interpretation of the law and judges have repeatedly refused to be “schooled” by the sex offender on points of law.

It’s hardly a surprise considering Foley recently published a shocking online dossier of lies and despicable claims - including that it was a group of British soldiers who sexually assaulted Mary McLoughlin and blamed him in a cover-up.

This week Foley was back before a district judge at Strabane Magistrates’ Court for a committal hearing to transfer to trial.

And he was his usual bolshie worst but failed in trying to bully the judge into accepting his version of the law and ended up unnecessarily having his case kicked four weeks down the line.

The case will be mentioned again next month and before leaving Foley informed the court, he did not have a solicitor and would not be getting one.

The SOPO was imposed after Foley served half of a 16-year prison term for the shocking sex attack on the Tyrone pensioner on January 15, 1999.

She passed away just four weeks later, with a judge stating the rape “contributed and hastened” to her death.

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