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The vast majority of those targeted for brothel keeping are eastern European women; only three Irish people have been prosecuted in the past three years.
- One of the changes to the law last February doubled the penalties for brothel keeping. Prostitutes sex workers now feel lonelier and more isolated from their peers — something which is having a detrimental effect on their mental health. Dublin Belinda Periera was murdered in a city centre apartment in the winter ofthe last murder of a prostitute while working Dolores Lynch was murdered in her home inand seems to have no longer been working as a prostitute at the time was in when the body of Lily O'Neill known as "Honor Bright" was found in the Dublin Mountains.
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- In Augustformer US President Jimmy Carter wrote to all Irish politicians urging the Prostitutes of the criminalisation of the purchase of sex.