Gangland Dublin – where life is cheap and the killings brazen

‘So this is what Dublin has become: a giant backdrop for brazen and ruthless violence, as young gangs drive around in the summer heat and settle scores about drugs and territories. And life is cheap. So cheap that they reckon that Michael Kelly (27), who was shot last month in Kilmainham, was killed because of a drugs debt of less than €6,000. A TD would claim that in a month’s expenses – unvouched.’

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http://www.independent.ie/opinion/analysis/eamon-delaney-even-lovehate-writers-would-baulk-at-this-violence-29482908.html

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