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Search Search. Menu Sections. Andrew Phelan. T he escort workers were allegedly imprisoned in a Dublin city centre apartment and badly beaten, requiring hospital treatment for wounds including facial injuries. Father-of-one Wojciech Kaz- mierczak 42 is alleged to have been the "main aggressor" in the attack carried out by two men. He was refused bail and had the case against him adjourned when he appeared in Dublin District Court.
Mr Kazmierczak, of The Oaks, Dublin 2 escorts, Co Wicklow, is charged with two counts of assault causing harm and two counts of falsely imprisoning the women at the Corn Exchange, Dublin 2, on August 24 last. The incident was only discovered when a member of the public saw the women afterwards and was "so concerned" by their appearance. The court heard two men were alleged to have been involved in the attack and Mr Kazmierczak was alleged to have been the larger man, described as the "main aggressor" by the two women.
Get ahead of the day with the morning headlines at 7. Enter address This field is Dublin 2 escorts Up. Statements were taken from the alleged victims on August 25, when they were well enough to be released from hospital. Gda Lawlor said at various stages on the CCTV, the accused was seen wearing a mask but the mask was also pulled down. The footage was "excellent" and the garda identified Mr Kazmierczak. Gda Lawlor said she strongly believed Mr Kazmierczak would not stay in Ireland to face the charges and said he had travelled to Poland in January this year.
She handed pictures of the women's injuries in to court, as well as a photo of a "rug used to roll up the injured party, covered in blood and hair. Applying for bail, defence barrister Kitty Perle said the accused owned a registered business here - a landscape gardening company - and had ties to Ireland, where his daughter was in school, was fully integrated and "barely speaks Polish".
The fact he may have gone to Poland on holidays at some stage "is neither here nor there", she added. The garda's assertion that she feared for the general public was "simply ridiculous" and the accused was prepared to abide by bail conditions. Judge Kelly said the accused was pd innocent but the charges were serious and as the investigation was ongoing she would refuse bail "for now". Businessman allegedly beat up two escorts, leaving one bloody and rolled up in a rug, court told.
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