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Wednesday, 17 February 2010

Francis 'Fraggle' Green collecting on 'Gerbil' Carroll no way these debts will be allowed to die along with him


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Kevin 'Gerbil' Carroll an enforcer for the notorious Daniel clan - was gunned down in cold blood last month.But last night a source revealed: "There is no way these debts will be allowed to die along with him."Carroll's close pal Francis 'Fraggle' Green - the son of crimelord Jamie Daniel - is believed to have issued a personal warning to the dealer. And the source told how NONE of the debts will be forgotten.
He said: "A lot of people thought they'd won the lottery when Gerbil was killed.
"Many of them - and there are many - mistakenly thought the money would have been written off."This is not the case and Carroll's sidekicks are going to make sure all the debts are squared up."Carroll had a few trusted friends - including Fraggle - and they are going about collecting the money."The latest threat of violence will worry cops who have been bracing themselves for revenge attacks over Carroll's assassination."Gerbil - the partner of Jamie Daniel's daughter Kelly, and father of her two kids - was killed in his black Audi car on January 13.He was blasted by two gunmen who fired more than ten shots as the motor sat in a car park at Asda in Robroyston, Glasgow.
Fraggle, 27, was one of the first on the scene and saw his dead mate slumped in the back seat.The Daniel clan believe the rival Lyon's family were behind the murder - and are preparing a bloody backlash.But the two families - who fell out over a drug deal - have been locked in a bitter turf war for more than a decade. The feud has already sparked a string of shootings and other brutal attacks.
Last night the source added: "This just adds to the tension.
"Many people thought a revenge attack would have come already. However it might just be the calm before the storm." Earlier this month, Strathclyde Police renewed their appeal for information on the Gerbil hit, as their major murder hunt continues.
The dark blue Volkswagen Golf used by the suspects was found just a couple of hours after the daylight attack at Asda.Then on January 26, a stunned council worker discovered guns dumped in bushes behind a library in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.Forensic tests later showed the firearms were those used in the shooting, with cops describing it as a "positive step" in the probe.Last night a Strathclyde Police spokesman said: "Our inquiries are ongoing and we are still appealing for witnesses to come forward."


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