No child will be safe with ‘animal’ Irish teen killer back on streets – ‘it’s only matter of time before he kills again’
- Published: 8:00, 15 Jan 2023
A DEPRAVED killer who butchered teenager Daniel McAnaspie is to be freed from prison.
The Irish Sun on Sunday can reveal Trevor Noone, 35, will walk free this month after serving just five years of the 13-year sentence he received for the barbaric killing of the 17-year-old.
Daniel’s devastated family were told by the Irish Prison Service on Friday that Noone would be released without “any conditions”.
The maniac – described in court as having “scant respect for others in society” – had initially been held at Shelton Abbey Open Prison.
But he was transferred to Portlaoise Prison six weeks ago ahead of his release.
He’s being released from custody as Daniel’s family prepare to remember him on the 13th anniversary of his sadistic killing.
Noone and pal Richard Dekker, 36, stabbed Daniel over 20 times in the back, body and throat with garden shears in Blanchardstown, Dublin, February 2010.
Although Noone received a 13-year sentence for manslaughter in 2017, he’s being released because of time served when he was on remand and remission.
Daniel was in HSE care at the time of the killing and his remains were eventually recovered from a drain in Rathfeigh, Co Meath, on May 12, 2010.
In an exclusive interview with The Irish Sun on Sunday, Daniel’s aunt Sabrina warned the child killer would kill again.