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Temple Bar street attack left club DJ unconscious

He also pleaded guilty to stealing the DJ’s 200 headphones and bag of CDs at Eustace Street and Curved Street in the early hours of O asics running shoes ctober 10, 2010. Judge Desmond Hogan gave him a three year suspended sentence on condition he carries out asics running shoes 240 hours community service.

Damilara Bammodu (20), now residing in hostel accommodation in Limerick, pleaded guilty to assault on the same date and to possessing stolen headphones.

Judge Hogan gave him a two year suspended sentence.

Nero Omoruyi (20), of North Circular Road, pleaded guilty to assaulting Mr Butler, Mr Jones and another man, Colm Ahern.

Judge Hogan adjourned Omoruyi’s sentence to see if he could avail of the Restorative Justice Programme.

Oluwafemi Adetunji (21), now living with a family in Portlaoise, plead asics running shoes ed guilty to assaulting Mr Ahern during the f asics running shoes ight.

Oluwafemi was remanded in custody pending sentence.

Det Insp Michael Cryan said that three of the assailants claimed that their attack was spurred by racist comments.

He told Roisin Lacey BL, prosecuting, that the victims had been outside The Mezz Club when the fight broke out.

One witness told gardai he recalled “words being exchanged” between him and four black men. He said one of the group began squaring up to him and he next remembered seeing Mr Butler on the ground.

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