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Tuesday, 29 June 2010

Brothers shot dead as Dublin gang war erupts

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Brothers shot dead as Dublin gang war erupts: "TWO brothers were shot dead and a teenager seriously injured after they were hit by a hail of bullets in a double gangland execution last night.

Paul Corbally (35) and his brother Kenneth (32) were in a car in the Neilstown Road area of Clondalkin, west Dublin, just after 8pm when they were gunned down in cold blood.
Both brothers died at the scene. Gardai were trying to establish whether the injured teenager was in the car with the Corbally brothers or was a bystander. The teenager was hit in the arm. It is understood his injuries are not life threatening.
The brothers, who were well known to gardai, were originally from Drumfinn Avenue in Ballyfermot, Dublin.
Gardai were last night still trying to piece together the events leading up to the double killing."

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