Vincent O’Dempsey’s Wiki
The legendary Vincent O’Dempsey – pugilist, bird breeder, alpaca farmer, bushman and munitions expert out of Warwick, Queenslandt.
“He’s a hit man.” Vincent O’Dempsey’s former lover giving evidence at McCulkin murders committal @7NewsQueensland pic.twitter.com/k5G7dOUnM6
— Michelle Jensen (@_MichelleJensen) November 25, 2015
How old is O’Dempsey’s
Vincent O’Dempsey’s is 80 years old
2012 – Vincent O’Dempsey’s Girlfriend
Mr O’Dempsey’s former girlfriend Kerri-Anne Scully, who lived with him in Warwick for about six months in 2011 and 2012. O’Dempsey’s girlfriend Kerri-Anne Scully gave evidence at his trial that he told her his kill figure was 33.
A recorded interview between Ms Scully and police, which occurred in 2012, was played to the court and in it Ms Scully said there were rumours that Mr O’Dempsey worked for police.
Aug 2019 – Vincent O’Dempsey’s charged and Arrested
— 7NEWS Brisbane (@7NewsBrisbane) May 26, 2017
Vincent O’Dempsey’s An 80-year-old man has been charged with the alleged murder of a police informant who vanished 55 years ago in one of Queensland’s oldest cold cases.
Vincent O’Dempsey, 80, has been charged with the 1964 murder of Vincent Allen, then 22, who was last seen getting into a car with a known informant at Warwick in Queensland’s south-east on April 18, 1964. His body has never been found. O’Dempsey was taken to Brisbane watch house before he appeared in court on Tuesday afternoon for a brief procedural mention. The case was adjourned until September 16
June 2017 – McCulkin murders And Vincent O’Dempsey’s
The McCulkin murders were the murders of Barbara McCulkin and her two daughters, Vicki and Leanne. On 16 January 1974, they disappeared from their home in Highgate Hill, a suburb of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. In October 2014, Vincent O’Dempsey and Gary Dubois were charged with their abduction and murder. On 28 November 2016, Dubois was found guilty of the murders. On 26 May 2017, O’Dempsey was found guilty of murder.Both were sentenced to life imprisonment on 1 June 2017.
Following the sentencing, on 2 June 2017, Queensland Attorney-General Yvette D’Ath announced that the state government would re-open the coronial inquest into the Whiskey Au Go Go fire. Justice Peter Applegarth said “it was clear Barbara McCulkin knew enough about each of the pair’s roles in night club bombings at the time for them to want to silence her.”
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