special edition Crime World Long Read: Davy Tweed - The monster behind the mask
The Irish rugby international was a monster and sex offender who terrorised his family and left a legacy of pain for his daughters
A rugby legend capped for Ireland. A politician steeped in the beliefs of loyalism. A giant who claimed family values as his flag.
But behind the mask Davy Tweed was a monster and sex offender who terrorised his family and left a legacy of pain for his daughters.
This week, in a long-read special, Hugh Jordan is taking the microphone to tell you the story of Tweed – the monster behind the legend.
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- Episode 106: The gangland fall-out from the EncroChat phone hack
- Episode 105: What has changed for the Kinahan Cartel since the U.S. sanctions?
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