Gangland Glasgow: True Crime from the Streets

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Gangland Glasgow: True Crime from the Streets

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Kenny Donnelly, Deputy Crown Agent, Specialist Casework, said: “I hope that these convictions and the sentence send a strong message to others involved in this kind of criminal behaviour and demonstrates the ability of police and prosecutors to investigate, prepare and prosecute serious and organised crime of this nature.

Twenty years ago, the Springcroft in Baillieston was packed with families enjoying an early evening meal. However, our officers working with partners, brought him to justice as part of Operation Escalade, which since 2014 has now seen nearly 50 people being convicted and jailed. Such was his violent lifestyle and the number of enemies accumulated over the years, he frequently wore a stab vest for protection. Clinton later bragged on a Channel 5 documentary that stabbing was “the easiest thing in the world”.

Crown Office prosecutors told how he then identified a number of rural spots to keep the drugs hidden. Mr Findlay stated Billy Joe had been armed with a blade, there was a struggle and Ferguson got him to drop the weapon. Anyone who has information or concerns about the sale and supply of drugs in their community is urged to contact Police Scotland via 101. Police have released an e-fit video in a bid to catch a man they suspect of carrying out a gangland murder 16-years-ago.

In March 2002, Trevor Lawson, 32, died after being hit by a car near his home in Denny, Stirlingshire, having fled from a fight. Protected by a bulletproof vest, McGraw however avoided severe injury, though he needed hospital treatment. The court was told that Notman had suffered a heart attack in prison while he was being held on remand and had been receiving treatment at Perth Royal Infirmary. Feared Glasgow gangster Paul Lyons was attacked in jail by a murderer who stabbed his victim 142 times and left a knife lodged in his eye socket. A nephew of Jamie Daniel – the family’s feared criminal patriarch, who died from cancer the previous year – Daniel soon realised he was being followed by two vehicles and desperately tried to flee his pursuers.Solicitor Brian Bell, defending Goldfarb, said: "He is genuinely remorseful for his behaviour and apologises.

I t was early morning in the summer of 2017 that Steven “Bonzo”Daniel left home in the Milton area of north Glasgow and got into his car. He had a predilection for deploying power-tools and blow-torches in his day-to-day activity of enforcing the will of his boss, Jamie Daniels, head of the clan that bears the family name. It was alleged that, over a nine-year period, she obtained unspecified sums of money “through the involvement of James White in serious organised crime and thereafter converted it by purchasing assets to legitimise its origins”. Peter Allan admitted attacking the feared gangland killer during a vicious jail brawl, with prosecutors claiming he struggled with him, kicked him and struck "him on his face with an unknown sharp implement. In a significant development, Gerard McTaggart, a 47-year-old plasterer, has been handed a prison sentence of more than four years for his involvement in a money laundering operation connected to Glasgow’s criminal underworld.It has now been revealed that Lyons refused to pin the blame on Allen, who is serving a life sentence for stabbing a man 142 times and leaving a knife lodged in his eye socket, the Record reports. There was already tension between them as they were operating in the neighbouring areas of Milton and Possil, both a few miles north of the city centre, and the drugs theft escalated the simmering tensions. Watson lauded the cooperative efforts between law enforcement agencies and their partners that led to this outcome.

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