Graham Dwyer book won't be in prison library - in case he's bullied

Graham Dwyer book won't be in prison library - in case he's bullied

A book about one of Ireland's most notorious killers will not be stocked in his prison's library over fears he could be bullied.

The Herald reports the book Graham Dwyer: Almost a Perfect Murder by journalist Paul Williams, will not be stocked in either the Midlands Prison or Arbour Hill.

The senior librarian for the prison service said it was standard practice not to supply books about inmates' private lives.

She also warned that keeping those books could be seen as "bad taste".

Graham Dwyer was sentenced to life behind bars for the murder of 36-year-old Elaine O'Hara in 2012.

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