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Sunday, 2 January 2011

Gangland feud set to heat up as truce fails

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Gangland feud set to heat up as truce fails - National News, Frontpage - "Gardai are preparing for a renewal of gang violence in Dublin after a Christmas 'truce' on feuding failed to last until New Year, with two gun attacks in the city.

Finglas man Glen McGrath, 43, was yesterday still seriously ill in hospital after being shot and injured near the Cappagh House pub in Finglas village on Thursday evening. He was hit in the upper body by four bullets fired at close range by a masked gunman.

Another west Dublin man was reported to be only slightly injured following an attack on him at his home in Clondalkin last Tuesday night. He had three gunshot wounds to his arm, chest and leg.

Gardai said they expected the city's round of gangland killings and shootings to continue in 2011, with intelligence reaching detectives about attempts to kill a number of figures, including the city's most high-profile crime figure, Freddie Thompson.

Thompson, 30, has been living between Spain, Britain and Holland for most of the past year and reports reaching gardai suggest he is planning to travel even further away because of fears that he is being targeted for assassination. It is understood that he has been checking locations in the Far East for a hideaway until he reckons the threats to his life have subsided."

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