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Saturday, 22 May 2010

King Ratt drug mules get 10 years for €3.2m haul - National News, Frontpage -

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King Ratt drug mules get 10 years for €3.2m haul - National News, Frontpage - "THREE men who acted as 'mules' for the King Ratt drug gang have been jailed for 10 years each at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.
The three have been jailed after a €3.2m drug seizure, which exposed links between the Crumlin gang and criminals in Sligo.
Judge Katherine Delahunt said that anyone caught with that amount of drugs was well above the lowest level and deserved the mandatory minimum sentence for 10 years.
'None of you rank at the bottom rung of the drugs trade,' she told the men. 'You may not be the barons but you provide a very effective barrier between them and the gardai.'"

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