Bloody Kinahan-Hutch feud has claimed the lives of 10 men so far
Published 03/09/2016 | 07:01
Here are the 10 victims of the bloody Kinahan-Hutch feud
September 24, 2015:
Gary Hutch, a nephew of Gerry 'The Monk' Hutch, is shot three times and killed in Spain, in an attack ordered by the Kinahan drug cartel.
October 9, 2015:
Gary Hutch's brother Derek 'Del Boy' Hutch is brutally attacked while locked up in Mountjoy Prison - just over two weeks after his brother is killed.
December 11, 2015:
'Del Boy' Hutch is attacked again while in his prison cell at Mountjoy but escapes when two fellow inmates intervene.
December 31, 2015:
Gerry Hutch escapes an attempt on his life by two men in balaclavas who burst into a pub in Lanzarote. 'The Monk' had left the pub minutes earlier.
February 5, 2016:
David Byrne, a high-ranking associate of the Kinahan cartel, is fatally shot when gunmen disguised as gardai burst into the Regency Hotel on the northside during a boxing weigh-in and open fire.
February 8, 2016:
Eddie Hutch Snr, the older brother of Gerry Hutch, is gunned down at his flat on the North Strand in a revenge attack for the murder of David Byrne.
March 23, 2016:
Noel 'Kingsize' Duggan, a close friend of Gerry Hutch is fatally shot while sitting in a car in the Old Mill housing estate in Ratoath, Co Meath.
April 14, 2016:
Innocent father-of-three Martin O'Rourke is shot dead on Sheriff Street Lower in a case of mistaken identity.
April 25, 2016:
Michael Barr is shot dead (34) at the Sunset House pub on Summerhill Parade at 9.15pm. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Barr was a dissident republican who had links with the Hutch gang.
May 21, 2016:
A senior associate of the Hutch gang, convicted armed robber Keith Murtagh (32), suffered a grazed arm when a gunman opened fire on a house in Cherry Orchard Court, Ballyfermot.
May 24, 2016:
Nephew of Gerry 'The Monk' Hutch, Gareth Hutch is shot dead in Dublin's north inner city shortly after 9am.
August 17, 2016:
Dublin City Council worker Trevor O'Neill is shot dead in front of his wife and three children while on holiday in Spain.
It is understood that Jonathan Hutch, who Mr O'Neill had bumped into on the trip, was the intended target of the attack.