Sunday 4 December 2016

Paul Williams: Killers back on our streets in broad daylight with no fear of gardaí

Paul Williams

Published 15/04/2016 | 02:30

Forensic officers remove a wheelie bin on Sherriff Street in which it is believed a weapon was thrown, a man was shot outside Noctor’s pub on the junction of Sheriff Street and Oriel Street near Connolly Station in Dublin
Forensic officers remove a wheelie bin on Sherriff Street in which it is believed a weapon was thrown, a man was shot outside Noctor’s pub on the junction of Sheriff Street and Oriel Street near Connolly Station in Dublin
Forensic officers remove an object from a wheelie bin on Sherriff Street, a man was shot outside Noctor’s pub on the junction of Sheriff Street and Oriel Street near Connolly Station in Dublin
Frances Fitzgerald. Photo: Collins

Another audacious, reckless daylight assassination and an innocent victim lies dead. It is a stark reminder that the feud between the country's two most notorious crime gangs is far from over.

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Yesterday afternoon, the acolytes of the Kinahan crime cartel were sent out to murder someone with close connections to the Hutch family but instead got the wrong man.

The victim, who is in his 20s, was gunned down close to Noctor's Pub on Sheriff Street while the intended target got away.

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