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Missing Amy Fitzpatrick - A tale of woe...and marriage

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Missing Amy Fitzpatrick - A tale of woe...and marriage

Post by Tony Bennett on 29.01.15 9:24

Audrey Fitzpatrick shacked up with Dave Mahon.

In 2007 they became engaged.

Then, in 2008, Audrey's 15-year-old daughter Amy went missing in Spain in controversial circumstances.

Later, in 2013, Dave Mahon stabbed her son, 23-year-old Dean, to death. He was charged with his murder and is facing trial later this year.

Now Audrey Fitzpatrick and dave Mahon are to marry... "I love the very bones of him":

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Audrey Fitzpatrick to wed Dave Mahon before his trial for her son’s murder

Mahon, 43, is charged with the murder of her son Dean in 2013



By Tom Powell (Chief Reporter) - PUBLISHED - 28 Jan, 2015 @ 10:37 LAST UPDATED: 28 Jan, 2015 @ 19:04 1


THE mother of missing Amy Fitzpatrick has announced she will marry Dave Mahon before he stands trial for the murder of her son Dean.


In March this year Mahon, 43, was charged with the murder of Audrey’s 23-year-old son in Dublin in 2013.

Father-of-one, Dean Fitzpatrick died from a stab wound sustained during an altercation with Mahon.

However, Audrey still claims she loves him and ‘will be proud to be his wife’.

She told the Daily Star: “He knows I love the bones of him. He knows I would be lost without him. I would be dead without him.

“We will have an awful lot of well-wishers and we will have the other side, but we have to take the good with the bad.

“Everybody has their own opinion and they are entitled to it – but they have never walked in our shoes.

“Ninety-nine percent of people we have told said: ‘Well, it’s about time’.

“They know how much we love each other and how strong we are and how we have stuck together through everything and we always will, no matter what life throws at us.”


Her daughter Amy has not been seen since January 1 2008 when she was 15 years old.

Audrey became engaged to Mahon eight years ago, but Amy’s disappearance from La Cala de Mijas put the plans on hold.

Mahon said: “It’s just to have one happy day out of seven years.

“We’ve had the nightmare for the last seven years and we are having our little dream now.”


http://www.theolivepress.es/spain-news/2015/01/28/audrey-fitzpatrick-to-wed-dave-mahon-before-his-trial-for-her-sons-murder/

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Re: Missing Amy Fitzpatrick - A tale of woe...and marriage

Post by plebgate on 29.01.15 9:30

Sounds like she's bleedin brain washed to me or brain dead.

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Re: Missing Amy Fitzpatrick - A tale of woe...and marriage

Post by PeterMac on 29.01.15 11:30

Is it still the case that a spouse is not compellable against the other, I wonder ?

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Post by stumo on 29.01.15 18:25

You couldn't make this up.

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And they both lived happily ever after

Post by Tony Bennett on 14.05.15 18:54

And they both lived happily ever after (but without the new Mrs Mahon's two children, Dean and Amy)

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Mum of missing teen Amy Fitzpatrick marries man accused of murdering her son


Audrey Fitzpatrick and Dave Mahon tied the knot in Dublin yesterday (13 May 2015):




The mum of missing teenager Amy Fitzpatrick has married the man set to stand trial over the murder of her son.

Audrey Fitzpatrick, 46, and Dave Mahon tied the knot in Dublin yesterday, according to reports.

The pair, who had been engaged for eight years, were surround by a group of 30 close friends and family during the 15-minute ceremony, at Kettles Country House Hotel, in Dublin.

Mr Mahon, 44, is expected to stand trial next year over the death of Dean, 23, who died in May 2013.

According to reports, Mr Mahon wore cufflinks with pictures of Dean and missing Amy on them.

Speaking after the ceremony, Mr Mahon told The Irish Star: "They are part of us.
"We are thinking of them both today, as we always do. And we wish both of them were here today."

Smitten Audrey revealed she walked down the aisle to a song that reminded her of her children.

She explained: "It's Christina Perri, a song called A Thousand years. When I heard it first, I thought it was lovely and I wanted to use it in the next video I was doing of Amy.

"But then Dean died and I had that song picked with the funeral home originally to be part of his funeral. But then I wasn't allowed to be part of the funeral - so I just figured it would be for the four of us today."

Audrey added: "I'm delighted [to be married]. It will be nice to be able to say my husband instead of my partner."

Amy Fitzpatrick went missing on New Year's Day, 2008, from the Costa Del Sol.

The Dublin girl, who was 15 when she disappeared, was visiting a friend's house and was on her way home but she never turned up.

Her mother Audrey has campaigned tirelessly since her disappearance in the hope of finding her alive.


http://www.irishmirror.ie/news/irish-news/mum-missing-teen-amy-fitzpatrick-5688667



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Re: Missing Amy Fitzpatrick - A tale of woe...and marriage

Post by plebgate on 15.05.15 11:35

I am amazed that 30 close friends and family turned up.

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Post by lj on 15.05.15 14:51

Why do all those guys sit with their legs wide open?

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Post by Rufus T on 17.05.15 9:00

@PeterMac wrote:Is it still the case that a spouse is not compellable against the other, I wonder ?
 Looks like it is PeterMac.

Under Part 4 of the Criminal Evidence Act 1992, if you are the spouse of the accused you are competent to give evidence for either the defence or the prosecution (unless you happen to be a co-accused). However, you may only be compelled or forced to testify for the prosecution against the accused if:

  • The offence in question is of violence or the threat of violence to you, your child or the accused’s child, or a person under 17 (includes an adopted child)

  • The offence is a sexual offence in relation to your child, the accused’s child or a person under 17 (includes an adopted child)

  • The offence consists of attempting or conspiring to commit or of aiding, abetting, counselling, procuring or inciting commission of either of the above two offences



http://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/justice/witnesses/who_can_be_forced_to_be_a_witness.html

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Post by Angelique on 17.05.15 9:08

@lj wrote:Why do all those guys sit with their legs wide open?

It's to do with "prowess" - a left over from our distant past.

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Re: Missing Amy Fitzpatrick - A tale of woe...and marriage

Post by lj on 17.05.15 13:34

@Angelique wrote:
@lj wrote:Why do all those guys sit with their legs wide open?

It's to do with "prowess" - a left over from our distant past.

Maybe they think it's not that distant  winkwink

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Post by PeterMac on 17.05.15 14:02

@lj wrote:
@Angelique wrote:
@lj wrote:Why do all those guys sit with their legs wide open?
It's to do with "prowess" - a left over from our distant past.
Maybe they think it's not that distant  winkwink

You may mock, but the Scots are a hardy race.
The national flower is the Thistle, and they haven't yet invented trousers !

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Post by aquila on 17.05.15 14:05

@PeterMac wrote:
@lj wrote:
@Angelique wrote:
@lj wrote:Why do all those guys sit with their legs wide open?
It's to do with "prowess" - a left over from our distant past.
Maybe they think it's not that distant  winkwink

You may mock, but the Scots are a hardy race.
The national flower is the Thistle, and they haven't yet invented trousers !
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4yw0bLHTOb0

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Post by aquila on 17.05.15 14:11

@PeterMac wrote:
@lj wrote:
@Angelique wrote:
@lj wrote:Why do all those guys sit with their legs wide open?
It's to do with "prowess" - a left over from our distant past.
Maybe they think it's not that distant  winkwink

You may mock, but the Scots are a hardy race.
The national flower is the Thistle, and they haven't yet invented trousers !
The national flower of Scotland is the thistle - although beautiful it has no pleasant scent.

The national flower of Wales is the daffodil - although beautiful it has no pleasant scent.

The national flower of Ireland is the the shamrock - although beautiful it has no pleasant scent.

The national flower of England is a rose.

I'm going to sit in the naughty corner now. laughat

ETA: The best singers, dramatists and poets in the British Isles and Ireland aren't English.

Roses are bad for you.

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Post by lj on 18.05.15 2:17

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Post by plebgate on 09.07.16 13:54

@PeterMac wrote:
@lj wrote:
@Angelique wrote:
@lj wrote:Why do all those guys sit with their legs wide open?
It's to do with "prowess" - a left over from our distant past.
Maybe they think it's not that distant  winkwink

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I do miss Peter M's posts. titter

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Post by MayMuse on 09.07.16 14:11

Thanks you @plebgate for highlighting this thread. 
A very sad story, cannot fathom why she married him; she has lost both her children!
One by his hand. He got 7 years for manslaughter!? 
Still think he knows something about Amy.

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Re: Missing Amy Fitzpatrick - A tale of woe...and marriage

Post by Hobs on 09.07.16 15:27

She told the Daily Star: “He knows I love the bones of him. He knows I would be lost without him. I would be dead without him.



This is to say, unusual language to hear from the mom of a missing daughter and a son murdered by her now husband.

She includes I would be dead without him when speaking using the process of free editing,
She also refers to
 
I love the bones of him using the same free editing.

Expected would be along the lines of  I love him heart and soul, i love every bit of him.
Instead she refers only to the
bones of him.
She refers to him physically rather than emotionally.
This would cause me to wander down the winding path of domestic violence.

He knows I would be lost without him.
Why did she feel the need to qualify her words with the  phrase "He knows"?
Qualifiers are words that when removed, do not change the meaning of the sentence.
Qualifiers weaken the statement, and the more qualifiers the weaker the statement.


She uses the phrase twice which makes it sensitive.

She uses the phrase twice, once in relation to
the bones of him and once in relation to being lost without him.
She skips the phrase in relation to being dead without him.


He knows I love the bones of him. He knows I would be lost without him. I would be dead without him.
We have two phrases that are qualified with the words, he knows.
This weakens the two phrases.
She then makes a strong phrase, with no qualifiers to weaken it.

I would be dead without him.

Her being alive is reliant on her being with him

Note also she uses the future conditional verb would.

She uses it in relation to being lost without him and also dead without him.

Knowing what we do about him being a murderer, i wonder if she means lost as in missing, not found, vanished, disappeared  like her daughter Amy  rather than the  expected confused, unable to cope, wholly reliant on him being there for her.



Given h
er son was murdered by him the fact that she refers to skeleton and death i wonder if he has threatened her and or physically abused her?
I also wonder about emotional abuse as well.
If she tries to leave him, he would kill her?

What person would marry someone who murdered their child and is also the parent of another missing child, a girl aged 15?

Her age caught my eye.
Did he makes advances to her and she rebuffed him?
He decided then that if he couldn't have her no one could?
He lost his temper with her for some reason and she died?

I am not buying this as a coincidence.

She would be dead without him.

Why?

Is her being alive reliant to her being with him only?
If she was without him she would be dead?
Emotional blackmail?

I also wonder if she knows more she is letting on, her language speaks only to physicality

It fits in with her introducing bones, (skeleton, skeletal remains perhaps?) and her being dead and her remains disposed of in such a way as to preclude being found.
Perhaps like her daughter Amy?

Does she know if Amy is dead?
If she does, when did she learn about it?
Did she marry him for a different reason other than love?
Did she marry him for spousal privilege such as being unable to testify about him?
Was it willing or coerced?
Marry him or else?
Did she marry him perhaps to find out where her daughter is?

Given the fact he murdered her son (manslaughter), i know he would have been capable of murdering her daughter when he has a drink inside him.
Alcohol reveals the true person behind the facade


Why would you marry the man who killed your son?
How could you trust a man who gets violent when he has a drink inside him?





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