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A sex offender who was the subject of a public warning by police in has pleaded not guilty to charges of choking, assault, and breaching court orders. Dennis Peter Murphy, 60, will go to trial in provincial court in St. His lawyer entered not guilty pleas on his behalf. The RNC issued a public warning about Murphy in the spring of , when he was released from Dorchester Penitentiary after serving a sentence for sex crimes against young females. Police said they had reasonable grounds to believe Murphy would commit another violent sexual offence and noted his prior convictions include sex offences against vulnerable females to whom he had supplied drugs and alcohol. The documents note Murphy had served 15 provincial sentences in three provinces; the first of his federal sentences began in the fall of , when he was convicted of sexually assaulting a teenager.

Sex offender Dennis Peter Murphy headed to trial in St. John's

Sex offender Dennis Peter Murphy headed to trial in St. John's | SaltWire

When the matter of Dennis Peter Murphy was called again in provincial court in the afternoon, the court heard Murphy would likely head straight to sentencing Wednesday instead. Murphy, 60, is accused of attempting to choke a woman and causing her bodily harm by assaulting her, along with seven charges of breaching court orders. Sheriffs escorted Murphy, who has been in custody since his arrest last fall, into the courtroom before prosecutor Robin Singleton asked Judge Mike Madden for a postponement so she could find her key witness. The woman had been served a subpoena two weeks ago, but had not responded to recent phone messages, she said.

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Murphy, 40, carried out random sex attacks on two women in Dublin city centre days after being released from jail where he told them he was going to kill them. Evil Murphy, 40, carried out random sex attacks on two women in Dublin city centre days after being released from jail. In a victim impact statement read out by counsel, one of the women said she started losing hair in the wake of the assault. The second woman said she became a different person after the attack. She said she can no longer walk alone at night or do shift work and suffers from depression and anxiety.
A new bill passed quietly through the state Assembly and Senate recently that would mandate teaching small children about complex sexual issues. It has yet to be signed by Gov. Murphy and a group called The Family Policy Alliance of New Jersey is circulating a petition in hopes of getting the governor to not sign it into law. According to the group, the law would mandate sexual orientation and sexual identity lessons to children beginning in kindergarten. The original Senate bill allowed for the lessons for grades , but the amended Assembly bill required these human sexuality classes beginning in kindergarten.