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Guns, drugs, porn—sounds like the Peter Acworth story-

Dublin, Ireland – from www.independent.ie- Loner Alan Desmond, whose body was found by children in a field in south Co Dublin, had been running a large pornography distribution trade in the area.

Mr Desmond (37) was killed by a single shot from a handgun into the back of his head.

His body was discovered near Killinarden Hill in Tallaght last Saturday week.

It has now emerged that he had been organising a racket in copying and selling porn from his home in Kilclare Avenue in Tallaght.

After his body was found, gardai searched the house and discovered a sizeable quantity of blank DVDs as well as originals and copying equipment.

Officers said he seemed to have been running a lucrative business in selling the porn around the Tallaght area.

Gardai also believe he was involved in a smaller way in buying and selling clothing.

The investigation team is still examining a number of options as they try to establish a motive for his brutal murder.

They said they had not uncovered any indication that his porn business could be linked to the shooting. All of the transactions were in cash and there appeared to be no “hassle” with customers, one officer said.

Gardai think it is likely that Mr Desmond was shot dead where the body was found after being lured to a meeting with former associates, who had persuaded him to store a haul of guns and ammunition for them at his home and in a rear garden shed.

The haul, comprising three rifles, a revolver and two sawn-off shotguns as well as a large amount of ammunition, was seized by gardai on April 30 when they arrived at the house with a warrant to search for drugs.

The ammunition included a number of bullets for a 9mm handgun but the weapon was not found during the search.

Mr Desmond had been known to the gardai in the past because of his involvement in an attempted robbery in 2000, but had not come to their attention since he returned home from the UK seven years ago.

Gardai were surprised when they found the big haul of guns hidden in his home.

He disappeared around the time of the seizure and had been missing for 19 days when his body was found.

A post-mortem examination by State pathologist Dr Marie Cassidy indicated that the body had lain where it was found for between 10 and 14 days and was badly decomposed.

The bullet is thought to have exited his head but cannot be found despite an intensive search of the area involving specially trained dogs and hi-tech equipment.

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