Robbie Lawlor suspect fears he’s next on kill list

Gangland pals of slain hitman out for blood

RUC/PSNI and forensic officers at the scene where a man was shot dead in Rodney Parade in the Lower Falls area of Belfast

Adrian ‘Aidy’ Holland has been warned that pals of notorious Dublin hitman Robbie Lawlor, who was shot dead outside the north Belfast man’s home in April, are gunning for him.

The same gang carried out the revenge murder of Crossan at his mother’s home in the west of the city last weekend.

Adrian ‘Aidy’ Holland

Shot Crossan’s pal flees to Spain in fear he’s next 

A CLOSE criminal cohort of murder drug dealer Warren Crossan has fled Ireland. The Sunday World understands Adrian ‘Aidy’ Holland (pictured above) who is in his late twenties, left the country on Saturday night July 4th 2020. Fearing he will be the next target of the Dublin-based crime gang who murdered Crossan last Saturday morning. Crossan was shot dead in the St James’s area of West Belfast as he visited his mother. He was shot six times in the face by two gunmen who were acting in revenge for his involvement in the murder of Robbie Lawlor who was gunned down outside Adrian Holland’s home in Etna Drive in Ardoyne in April. Crossan lured the Dublin-based hitman to his death on the promise of collecting a car. On Saturday night Mr Holland fled the country fearing it was only a matter of time before he would suffer the same fate. The Sunday World understands he has fled to Spain where he has other criminal associates. We can also reveal that Crossan’s dissident criminal gang are not planning any form of retaliation, terrified of the capabilities of Lawlor’s gang who are hell-bent on revenge for his murder.

PUNISHMENT 

“Deep down Warren knew it was coming, he should have known that he would pay for what he did. In that world you don’t walk away without punishment. We all knew it was only a matter of time before he was taken out by the boys in Dublin,,” said one associate.

Murder victim Warren Crossan (28)
Two masked gunmen chased the victim from Rodney Parade, firing shots at him as he fled, before fatally wounding him as he fell at St Katharine’s Road.

Crossan was facing trial in connection with a plot to smuggle £180,000 worth of cocaine across the border, concealed inside the door panels of a van stopped on the A1 at Sprucefield in November last year.

Dublin-based hitman Robbie Lawlor was shot dead in Ardoyne in April

“Warren was a drug dealer, he was hardly Pablo Escobar. He thought he was something much bigger than he was but in reality he wasn’t he was a small fish in a massive, deadly pond and he got eaten up and spat out. He was out of his league, he f***ked up agreeing to get involved in that feud. He might as well have put a bullet in his own head the second he agreed to that,” another associate told the Sunday World. We can also reveal Warren Crossan begged for his life when he came face to face with his killers. Like his dissident terror chief father Tommy, he died in a hail of bullets, paying the ultimate price for his life of crime. CIRA boss Tommy Crossan was shot dead on Belfast’s Springfield Road in April 2014.

With many thanks to the: Sunday World and Paula Mackin for the EXCLUSIVE original story and also the Belfast Telegraph for their contribution to the story.

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Christine Ní Mhathúna
 
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Man killed in #Ardoyne last night was actually a gangland criminal and suspect in the murder of Keane Mulready woods. I see already unionists are trying to politicise his murder by blaming republicans without a shread of evidence. It could literally be anyone. #belfast #murder
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Christine Ní Mhathúna
 
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The story we are getting is that Robbie Lawlor is dead. He’s the Dublin gangster who chopped the wee lad up outside Drogheda. Adrian Holland owed him 200k for drugs and he was coming to bang him. Adrian Holland shot him six times and bolted.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Brexit day bombing by the CIRA foiled by PSNI/RUC

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A bomb found in County Armagh may have been intended for a Brexit day attack, police believe.

The device was uncovered attached to a lorry on Monday.

Police said they first received a report about an explosive device in a lorry at Belfast docks on 31 January – the date the UK left the EU.

The report claimed that the lorry was due to travel by ferry to Scotland and a search was conducted but nothing was found.

On Monday, a more detailed report helped locate the device at Silverwood Industrial Estate in Lurgan. Police believe dissident republicans were responsible.

Police have not yet given an indication of the size of the bomb.

Julian O’Neill@julianoneill

It’s believed a ‘Brexit bomb’ attack was planned by Dissident Republicans. It was reportedly planted in a lorry at Belfast Docks on night of 31 Jan and not found until yesterday in Lurgan.

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Det Supt Sean Wright said the “only conclusion that we can draw is that once again dissident republicans have shown a total disregard for the community, for businesses and for wider society”.

He added that “had this vehicle travelled and the device had exploded at any point along the M1, across the Westlink or into the Harbour estate the risks posed do not bear thinking about”.

Police say they worked with a haulage company, who own the lorry, to search about 400 vehicles and locate the explosive device.

It was made safe by ammunition technical officer (ATO).

Det Supt Wright appealed for information, in particular from anyone who noticed any suspicious activity at Silverwood Industrial Estate between 16:00 and 22:00 on 31 January.

With many thanks to: BBC NewsNI for the original story 

Follow these links to find out more: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-51420212

(2)-: http://www.irishnews.com/paywall/tsb/irishnews/irishnews/irishnews//news/northernirelandnews/2020/02/07/news/continuity-ira-claim-responsibility-for-brexit-day-bomb-1836013/content.html

USELESS VIOLENCE

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Vor den Wahlen: Wie die Paramilitärs Nordirlands vom Brexit profitieren | Tageblatt.lu

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Two men arrested in CIRA bomb probe

Two people have been arrested in connection with a bomb at Wattle bridge last week

Police investigating seperate bomb exposions in Co Armagh and Co Fermanagh have arrested two men.

A 39-year-old and 35-year-old are being held under the Terrorism Act following searches in the Lurgan and Craigavon areas on Sunday.

They have been taken to Musgrave Serious Crime Suite for questioning.

The first of the two incidents carried by the Continuity IRA happened in the Tullygally Road area of Craigavon on Friday July 26.

Police were lured to the scene after a caller to the Irish News claimed a mortar had been fired in the area.

However, on further examination the mortar was found to be a hoax, intending to lure officers to the scene, with a secondary live bomb planted nearby.

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Police said an eyewitness had seen a man running away form the scene of the attack.

The second attack took place last week at Wattle Bridge, close to the Fermanagh border.

Police and army bomb disposal officers were lured to the scene with a hoax bomb alert, while searching the area a secondary device exploded.

No one was injured in the attack.

The PSNI said it believed the Continuity IRA was behind the “deliberate attempt” to kill police officers.

The attack at Wattle Bridge was the fifth attempt to murder police officers so far this year.

With many thanks to: The Irish News and Allison Morris for the original story 

Suspected ammunition seized in Continuity IRA (CIRA) searches

A quantity of suspected ammunition was seized on Thursday following police searches linked to the Continuity IRA.

Police searched properties in west Belfast and Newtownabbey as part of an ongoing investigation into violent dissident republican activity.

A 37-year-old man arrested in Newtownabbey on Thursday night under the Terrorism Act has been released unconditionally.

A 31-year-old man, arrested in Belfast earlier on Thursday remains in custody.

With many thanks to: BBC News NI for the original story 

 

Under an oppressive regime, rebellion is a God given right, under British law its pan absolute duty

​Under an oppressive regime, rebellion is a God given right, under British law its an absolute  

Photo credits to: Marcas Mac Giolla Aindreis.
Photo credit: Marcas Mac Giolla Aindreis

With many thanks to: Marcas Mac Giolla Aindreis – Chaírde ar an Arm Náisiúnta Fuascailte Na hÉireann. 

The wing in Maghaberry does not belong to the IRPWA.

From the first protest in Maghaberry in 2002 the CIRA prisoners were to the forefront of all protests and so was Gabriel during the present phase of the prison struggle.

When CIRA POWs had 17 POWs they never victimised any other POWs. In fact Cabhair-supported POWs defended the right of those that were in the minority. It was our view that everyone on the landing were Republican POWs. Unfortunately this goodwill has not been reciprocated when it has come to Gabriel. These threats are coming from the very same group that purport to promote unity, they are showing the Republican people their version of unity but it has to be on their terms. This latest move should not come as any surprise as they have used this same policy not so long ago when they removed Liam Campbell from the wing because he dared challenge certain criminal behavior.

It is not so long since the dirty protest when fellow Cabhair-supported POWs took the lead in that protest and welcomed newly incarcerated POWs. It seems the old saying EATEN BREAD IS SOON FORGOTTEN never rang so true.

To have any Republican POW removed from the wing to face criminalisation or isolation is simply wrong.The threats against Gabriel must be withdrawn, Cabhair-supported POWs will always work under their own structures.

Críoch/ENDS

With many thanks to: RSF Dublin

Statement from the Continuity IRA POWs on the death of Declan Mc Glinchey.

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PSNI officer who tended to dying Constable Stephen Carroll admits faking documents amid survivor’s guilt – BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

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Former PSNI/RUC officer John Gillespie (33).

A former PSNI/RUC officer who tended to a dying colleague after a dissident republican group CIRA shot him has addmitted faking documents and interviews during an investigation.

http://m.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/psni-officer-who-tended-to-dying-constable-stephen-carroll-admits-faking-documents-amid-survivors-guilt-31287704.html

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Constable Stephen Carroll - PSNI/RUC

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With many thanks to: staff reporter: The Belfast Telegraph.

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