1. Donegal man helped restrain Sydney knife attacker  Donegal Democrat
  2. Sydney stabbing – Irishman who pinned down ‘weak as p***’ knifeman reveals ‘killer’ cried after rampage  The Irish Sun
  3. 'I just started running' - Irishman among group praised for taking down knifeman on rampage in Sydney  Independent.ie
  4. Sydney stabbing hero Irishman helped to pin down terrorist after attack in Australia that left one dead  Irish Mirror
  5. VIDEO: Moment knife-wielding suspect is apprehended in Sydney  Independent.ie
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AN Irishman was injured after he helped take down a 'weak as p***' knifeman who allegedly stabbed a woman to death and left another injured in Sydney, Australia. Shane Donaghey from Buncrana in Co Donegal said the suspect cried after being captured by brave passers-by.AN Irishman was injured after he helped take down a ‘weak as p***’ knifeman who allegedly stabbed a woman to death and left another injured in Sydney, Australia. Shane Donaghey from Bun…

Sydney stabbing - Irishman who pinned down 'weak as p***' knifeman reveals 'killer' cried after rampage

Shane Donaghey from Buncrana in Co Donegal says he has no doubt that other people would have been killed but for the intervention of brave passers-by.Shane Donaghey from Buncrana in Co Donegal says he has no doubt that other people would have been killed but for the intervention of brave passers-by.

VIDEO: Moment knife-wielding suspect is apprehended in Sydney - Independent.ie

The 38-year-old carpenter was one of a number of people who ran after the attackerThe 38-year-old carpenter was one of a number of people who ran after the attacker

Sydney stabbing hero Irishman helped to pin down man after horror knife attack in Australia that left one dead - Irish Mirror Online

“Notice the speed at which: Norway mosque shooting became a terror act. Sydney #AllahuAkbar stabbing became nothing to do with terror #Sydneystabbing”

Katie Hopkins on Twitter: "Notice the speed at which: Norway mosque shooting became a terror act. Sydney #AllahuAkbar stabbing became nothing to do with terror #Sydneystabbing… https://t.co/XNgW7Rhx97"

“So if the guy with the machete in Sydney shouted "Allahu akbar”, this will be treated as a terrorist attack, with saturation coverage, calls for tougher laws, more cops, etc. If he didn’t, it will quickly pass from public consciousness. Does that not seem utterly bizarre?”

Jeff Sparrow on Twitter: "So if the guy with the machete in Sydney shouted "Allahu akbar”, this will be treated as a terrorist attack, with saturation coverage, calls for tougher laws, more cops, etc. If he didn’t, it will quickly pass from public consciousness. Does that not seem utterly bizarre?"

Shane Donaghey from Buncrana in Co Donegal says he has no doubt that other people would have been killed but for the intervention of brave passers-by.Shane Donaghey from Buncrana in Co Donegal says he has no doubt that other people would have been killed but for the intervention of brave passers-by.

'I've no doubt he would have killed others': Irishman helps take down knife attacker in Australia