‘Neighbour from hell’ civil land dispute back in court
Neighbours claim that they are still being filmed by CCTV cameras in a gross violation of their privacy as both sides locked in row over right of way
A “neighbour from hell” is back in court in a civil land dispute, amid claims he is continuing to use exterior security cameras to monitor homes next to his.
Thomas Kelly, 65, was previously given a four-month suspended sentence following a conviction for the harassment of three of his neighbours in a case that heard he filmed one of them masturbating on their own outdoor deck.
Kelly called Tusla, the child and family agency,...
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