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Western nations have gone too soft.

They all have used ruthless and violent "Flying Squads" in the past that worked to great effect when dealing with ruthless and violent gangs.

They were actually too effective apparently.

The public would rather see the criminals overrun their societies.

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Google "Fertitta Mob"......... Combat sports and organized crime have always intersected.

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Picture of two of the six involved


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The criminal shot dead in yesterday's bloodbath in Dublin's Regency Hotel was a 34-year-old man from Crumlin.

David Byrne, from Raleigh Square, has been described as one of the capital's most notorious drug dealers and gangland criminals.

A key Dublin-based member of the Christy Kinahan cartel, Byrne had been a target for specialist Garda units for years,

He was suspected of involvement in the importation of dozens of large shipments of drugs and was believed to have been involved in attempting to smuggle rocket launchers into the country.

owever, he was cleared of firearms charges in relation to a shooting incident connected to the Crumlin/Drimnagh feud in August 2008.

Officers from the Organised Crime Unit arrested Byrne, who was with the convicted murderer Eugene 'The Devil' Cullen after a 20-year-old man was shot in the lower torso in the incident in Ballyfermot.

Byrne was also called to give evidence in the murder trial of his gangland rival Brian Rattigan in February 2009, where he claimed he could not remember anything unusual happening outside Abrakebabra on August 25, 2001, when Rattigan stabbed Declan Gavin to death.

The Dubliner's life of crime ended yesterday when he was shot dead by a man who was dressed as a Garda but armed with an AK-47. He was gunned down in the reception area of the hotel, where more than 20 people - including children - had been.

However, two of his close friends had more luck when they were hit by the hail of bullets.

Sean McGovern (30), who is from Captain's Road in Crumlin, was understood to be in a serious condition in Beaumont Hospital after being shot in the stomach.

Another man, Aaron Bolger (25) from Killinarden in Tallaght, was being treated for his wounds after he was shot in the thigh.


All three men were known to gardaí and were friends with each other.

None of the trio are suspected of being involved in the murder of Gary Hutch, which is being looked at as the main motive for yesterday's chaotic attack.

However, Bolger is understood to have spent a lot of time in Spain in recent years where he is involved with the MGM gym in Marbella, which Daniel Kinahan, son of Christy, also works in with professional boxer Matthew Macklin.

While McGovern has barely any previous criminal convictions, he was a close friend of the murder victim David Byrne and of Byrne's older brother Liam (38) since they were children, according to sources.

McGovern, who was said to be clinging to life yesterday, was involved in a car business with Liam Byrne and has often been spotted in his company.

In March 2012, it emerged that McGovern, Liam Byrne and another cousin of 'Fat' Freddie Thompson, Liam Roe, were arrested in Liverpool and questioned about making death threats, blackmail and possession of housebreaking implements. However, they were never charged.

Roe survived a botched attempt on his life at the Red Cow Hotel last year when the gun jammed. Gardaí believe that murder attempt was carried out by a north inner city gang.

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The Byrne brothers have a load of flash exotic cars and fairly big houses look at the Sunday world newspaper they covered them extensively lately.....

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One good thing about the shooting: it got that shitty music cut off *real* quick.

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Dublin weigh-in murder: doubts cast on Continuity IRA's claims of responsibility

Irish security sources still believe gangland feud behind Friday’s murder of David Byrne at the Regency hotel

Security sources in Ireland have expressed scepticism over a claim by the Continuity IRA that it carried out the attack on a boxing weigh-in at a Dublin hotel on Friday.

Gang member David Byrne was shot dead and two others were injured in the carefully planned attack at the Regency hotel, which involved six gunmen, one dressed as a woman.

In a coded statement to the BBC in Belfast, a man claiming to speak on behalf of the Continuity IRA said it had targeted Byrne and that the group would continue to go after “drug dealers and criminals”.

The man’s statement claimed Byrne was shot dead because he had been involved in the killing of Alan Ryan in Dublin four years ago. Ryan was a leading member of another dissident republican group, the Real IRA.

“Although [Ryan] was not a member of our organisation, we are not going to stand back and allow drug dealers and criminals to target republicans,” the statement said. “This will not be an isolated incident. Continuity IRA units have been authorised to carry out further operations. More drug dealers and criminals will be targeted. The Continuity IRA will carry out further military operations.”

But security sources in the Irish capital still believe Friday’s attack was rooted in an ongoing feud between the Costa del Sol-based Irish gangster Christy Kinahan and his rival, the north Dublin criminal known as The Monk.

One source said the CIRA statement may have been designed to “muddy the waters and sow confusion”.

The CIRA is one of three armed republican paramilitary groups who oppose the Northern Ireland peace process. Its origins lie in the 1986 split within the republican movement.

Continuity IRA is the smallest but also the most ideologically pure of the three. It was responsible for the 2009 killing of the Police Service of Northern Ireland constable Stephen Carroll in Craigavon, County Armagh.

To counter any retaliation for Friday’s fatal shooting, the Garda Síochána have erected armed checkpoints at major routes into Dublin.

There were reports in the Irish media on Monday morning that senior members of Kinahan’s gang held a “war summit” in a central Dublin pub to discuss retaliating.

Among those that targeted Byrne and other members of Kinahan’s gang on Friday were gunmen carrying AK47 Kalashnikov rifles – once the standard-issue weapon of republican paramilitary groups in Ireland. In recent years there has been some crossover between armed republican factions and Dublin-based crime gangs in terms of sharing weapons and targeting rivals.

In 1994 the Provisional IRA claimed responsibility for shooting the infamous criminal Martin “The General” Cahill. But the gunman who killed him was a member of the rival Irish National Liberation Army who was paid about 30,000 Irish punts to eliminate The General on the orders of another Dublin gangster who wanted him out of the way.

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Revenge. Gerry "The Monk" Hutch's brother is shot dead in retaliation for the shooting at the boxing match.


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A man has been shot dead in Dublin this evening in an attack believed to be in retaliation for a shooting in the city last Friday.

The victim, a man in his 50s, was killed in Poplar Row in North Strand on the north side of the city at around 7.45pm.

He has been named locally as Eddie Hutch Snr, who is the brother of gangster Gerry 'The Monk' Hutch, and he was reportedly shot nine times after gunmen burst into his home.

It comes after two hitmen dressed as police officers and armed with assault rifles stormed the city's Regency Hotel and executed suspected gang member David Byrne, 33.


According to the Irish Independent, four men are believed to have been involved in the attack while what appears to be a getaway car, a Volkswagen Golf, was found nearby with a can of petrol inside.

Emergency services are at the scene and Gardai say they are investigating the incident and appealing for witnesses.

It is understood tonight's killing was gang-related, with tensions mounting since Friday.

Edward Snr worked as a taxi driver and was not considered to be a violent criminal, instead being linked to money-laundering schemes for his brother.


The first murder was claimed by a group purporting to be the Continuity IRA, a dissident republican splinter faction, but that drew scepticism from detectives immersed in gangland investigations.

In a statement the Garda press office said: 'Gardai are aware of the recent statement to the media and are keeping an open mind in relation to the criminal groups involved as part of their investigations.'

Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams has condemned the latest shooting in Dublin's north inner city.

He said: 'I want to condemn the latest shooting incident tonight in Dublin, which has brought further fear and intimidation to the streets of our capital.

'Those behind this latest shooting, and those behind the dreadful attack last Friday at the Regency Hotel, must be apprehended and taken off our Streets.

'The Gardaí need the fullest possible support from the community in their efforts to do this.'


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"appealing for witnesses"
Witnesses, that will (without a doubt) never come forward.

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The IRA types were only ever really just gangsters all along.

It's just now that they've dropped any pretense of supposed 'respectablility'.

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