Wed, 08 Jul, 2020
It emerged yesterday that up to 40 people linked to some degree or other with leading figures in the murderous Drogheda feud, including women and children, are in hiding, because they fear they might be caught in revenge crossfire after last week’s discovery of teenager Keane Mulready-Woods’ butchered body. Unsurprisingly, the Criminal Assets Bureau, National Bureau of Criminal Investigation, and the Drugs and Organised Crime Bureau have met to plan a response to that outrage. On the very day that this run-and-hide response to the murder of a 17-year-old became public, another 17-year-old was arrested in connection with Cameron Blair’s murder in Cork last week.
Fri, 24 Jan, 2020