Famous convicted child abuser Oliver O’Grady “an evil menace” living in Waterford city, reported to police
The Bishop of Waterford and Lismore has warned the public in his that former priest and convicted pedophile, Oliver O’Grady, is living largely unsupervised in their community and “actively seeking victims”.
In his letter, sent on Dec 21, to priests and schools in the area Bishop Alphonsus Cullinan warned the community to be “aware that this man continues to be an evil menace to innocent children”.
O’Grady (71), a former cleric who served in the California from 1973 onward, has served seven years of a 14-year sentence in the US for the sexual abuse of two brothers over a ten-year period.
In 2001 he was deported to Ireland and in 2010 he was found to be volunteering in Rotterdam, Holland, in a Catholic parish under the pseudonym “Brother Francis”. That year images of the sexual abuse of children