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Jeff the Bear wrote:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hutch%E2% ... nahan_feud

Never heard of this before...what a mad read!
A good drug gang feud tends to be a win win for an effective police force.
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New guy wrote::lol:

BJS is a real thicko
Yeah he’s such an upstanding individual. Proper scumbag just like the Kinahans.
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Anonymous. wrote:
bimboman wrote:Did a quick bit of reading , Anon will be typical and not realise how bad a dude Kinihan is. There is
No moral high ground for the Fury’s though anyway/
You really are an idiot. I have a very good idea who this guy is. Like I said UAE are not going to bin him off because the Irish PM asks them to. Even if the request comes with a note from Bimbo confirming he has had a quick Google and he is sure this guy is a very bad man.

You’ve a “good idea” who he is and you’re defending him?
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bimboman wrote:
Anonymous. wrote:
bimboman wrote:Did a quick bit of reading , Anon will be typical and not realise how bad a dude Kinihan is. There is
No moral high ground for the Fury’s though anyway/
You really are an idiot. I have a very good idea who this guy is. Like I said UAE are not going to bin him off because the Irish PM asks them to. Even if the request comes with a note from Bimbo confirming he has had a quick Google and he is sure this guy is a very bad man.

You’ve a “good idea” who he is and you’re defending him?
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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BlackMac wrote:
Jeff the Bear wrote:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hutch%E2% ... nahan_feud

Never heard of this before...what a mad read!
A good drug gang feud tends to be a win win for an effective police force.
They've done a good job catching prosecuting them. The unusual thing is the hitmen and accomplices nearly are always caught.
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CrazyIslander wrote:
BlackMac wrote:
Jeff the Bear wrote:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hutch%E2% ... nahan_feud

Never heard of this before...what a mad read!
A good drug gang feud tends to be a win win for an effective police force.
They've done a good job catching prosecuting them. The unusual thing is the hitmen and accomplices nearly are always caught.
Well in Anon‘s book Daniel Kinahan is a sound upstanding citizen who is a welcome addition to top level boxing. His family amassed their huge wealth from sound means and all those dead people were killed by someone else.
Anon sounds like BJS.
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What was the story with the Chief super who was heading up the investigation into the Regency shooting and ended his own life?
Too much on his plate or hints of more sinister stuff?
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Nolanator wrote:What was the story with the Chief super who was heading up the investigation into the Regency shooting and ended his own life?
Too much on his plate or hints of more sinister stuff?
Never any hints that I have heard
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Nolanator wrote:What was the story with the Chief super who was heading up the investigation into the Regency shooting and ended his own life?
Too much on his plate or hints of more sinister stuff?
Exactly, have wondered about that. Sounds sinister to me that he took his own lifted while the investigation was under way.
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EverReady wrote:
Nolanator wrote:What was the story with the Chief super who was heading up the investigation into the Regency shooting and ended his own life?
Too much on his plate or hints of more sinister stuff?
Never any hints that I have heard
Very strange. Very sad too, obviously.
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YOYO wrote:
CrazyIslander wrote:
BlackMac wrote:
Jeff the Bear wrote:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hutch%E2% ... nahan_feud

Never heard of this before...what a mad read!
A good drug gang feud tends to be a win win for an effective police force.
They've done a good job catching prosecuting them. The unusual thing is the hitmen and accomplices nearly are always caught.
Well in Anon‘s book Daniel Kinahan is a sound upstanding citizen who is a welcome addition to top level boxing. His family amassed their huge wealth from sound means and all those dead people were killed by someone else.
Anon sounds like BJS.
Yep that is so obviously the point I have been making :lol:
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Anonymous. wrote:
YOYO wrote:
CrazyIslander wrote:
BlackMac wrote:
Jeff the Bear wrote:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hutch%E2% ... nahan_feud

Never heard of this before...what a mad read!
A good drug gang feud tends to be a win win for an effective police force.
They've done a good job catching prosecuting them. The unusual thing is the hitmen and accomplices nearly are always caught.
Well in Anon‘s book Daniel Kinahan is a sound upstanding citizen who is a welcome addition to top level boxing. His family amassed their huge wealth from sound means and all those dead people were killed by someone else.
Anon sounds like BJS.
Yep that is so obviously the point I have been making :lol:
Thats exactly the point you have being making.
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Nolanator wrote:
EverReady wrote:
Nolanator wrote:What was the story with the Chief super who was heading up the investigation into the Regency shooting and ended his own life?
Too much on his plate or hints of more sinister stuff?
Never any hints that I have heard
Very strange. Very sad too, obviously.
He left notes, he did it in a Garda station and he was massively over worked. The chances of it being an outside job are not high like say that Epstein lad who 'killed' himself
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YOYO wrote:
Anonymous. wrote:
YOYO wrote: Well in Anon‘s book Daniel Kinahan is a sound upstanding citizen who is a welcome addition to top level boxing. His family amassed their huge wealth from sound means and all those dead people were killed by someone else.
Anon sounds like BJS.
Yep that is so obviously the point I have been making :lol:
Thats exactly the point you have being making.
You've got all my posts on the subject which you can quote to prove your point haven't you :lol:
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I feel we can discuss no more on this BJS. Cased closed in my book.
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EverReady wrote:
Nolanator wrote:
EverReady wrote:
Nolanator wrote:What was the story with the Chief super who was heading up the investigation into the Regency shooting and ended his own life?
Too much on his plate or hints of more sinister stuff?
Never any hints that I have heard
Very strange. Very sad too, obviously.
He left notes, he did it in a Garda station and he was massively over worked. The chances of it being an outside job are not high like say that Epstein lad who 'killed' himself
Ah no, I didn't mean that someone did it to him. Just wondered if there were any questionable incidents over the course of the investigation. Watching too.mich TV, I suppose.

Regardless, horrible for his family and colleagues. Not nice to openly speculate, so I'll shut up.
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Nah people were bound to worry and speculate. I got the sense at the time he was completely over burdened and may have made mistakes. Let's be clear that latter bit is only based on one line that was something like 'he was afraid of letting people down'. I absolutely initially thought 'shit what happened here'
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YOYO wrote:I feel we can discuss no more on this BJS. Cased closed in my book.
Yep, you've backed yourself into a cul-de-sac from which there is no return.
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fatcat wrote:
YOYO wrote:I feel we can discuss no more on this BJS. Cased closed in my book.
Yep, you've backed yourself into a cul-de-sac from which there is no return.
BJS is happy to have St. Daniel run boxing.
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Bloody hell this is normally a great thread to read about boxing whether it's upcoming bouts or past classics. But these past two days it's been an utter bore fest with vintage Anon arguing the toss with every other poster. x( :thumbdown:
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A little bit of an introduction to Daniel Kinahan.
Who is Daniel Kinahan? From €1bn crime empire and murderous feuds, to his planned life as boxing promoter

Tom Brady
June 12 2020 3:55 PM

Daniel Kinahan will celebrate his birthday on Thursday week. The international drugs cartel boss will be 43, and he hopes it will mark his entry into the third phase of his life.
For the first 25 years of his life, Kinahan had never come to the attention of the gardaí, apart from being the elder son of Christy Kinahan - a criminal well known to officers fighting crime - and a conviction for driving offences.

But he was then arrested along with four others in connection with a vicious attack on two gardaí outside Shelbourne Park greyhound stadium in May, 2001.

He was charged with assault and initially refused bail by Dublin District Court that July. But the following January the charges against him were dropped and he returned, a free man, to his then home in Rathfarnham in south county Dublin.

He began to take an active part in his father's "business" and, by 2009, was described as a suspected international drug-trafficking figure in a diplomatic cable sent from a US embassy in South America to the Pentagon in Washington.

The reference to Daniel Kinahan was revealed in the infamous Wikileaks publication of confidential US documents and was first disclosed by the Irish Independent in 2011.

Two years earlier, Kinahan had started to take a more prominent part in the running of the day-to-day operations of the crime cartel. He became a prime target of Operation Shovel, which was set up after the then Garda National Drugs Unit began digging deeper into the seizure of 1.5 tonnes of cannabis in a house in Clongorey, Co Kildare, in 2008.

The garda investigation turned into a major international operation, with police from the UK, Spain and the Netherlands later being joined by agencies in the Middle East and South America.

This culminated in a series of raids, followed by arrests, here as well as Britain and Spain.

Christy Kinahan and his sons, Daniel and Christy junior, were among those detained by the Spanish police. Others arrested included "Fat" Freddie Thompson and Gary Hutch, whose murder by the Kinahan gang in Spain in September 2015, sparked off the deadly feud that has claimed 18 lives.

A file uncovered by gardaí in 2011 showed that the Kinahan network was selling shipments of drugs worth €1m every two months.

The file laid bare for the first time the extent of their global network as they masterminded a worldwide operation involving drug trafficking and money laundering.

The information was discovered by the garda drugs unit in the form of a ledger during a raid on a Kinahan associate in Dublin's north inner city.

The ledger outlined details of shipments, allegedly being organised by Kinahan, father and son, although the full extent of the financial profits made by the gang had yet to be discovered.

Kinahan snr had been allowed out on bail by a Spanish magistrate but was then detained on a European arrest warrant, issued by Belgium, where he was wanted to serve a four-year jail sentence for money laundering.

Gardaí also seized documentation showing that the gang had set up a betting racket to launder €2.5m of the profits gleaned from drug trafficking by using unsuspected bookies.

Bets were placed in betting shops around the capital on horse races, greyhound races and football games. The gang's punters managed to restrict losses to less than €300,000 and did not place many substantial bets to ensure they did not arouse suspicions in the betting fraternity.

Instead, they concentrated on volume, carrying out the laundering by selecting horses, dogs or teams that regarded by bookies as hot favourites.

The short odds available meant that the profits from a winning bet were not huge, but for the Kinahans it represented a big success as they got their money back plus winnings in "clean" money from the bookmakers.

In the meantime, Daniel Kinahan, who had taken charge of operations with his father in prison, had started developing his interest in another sport.

He became actively involved while living in the Marbella region and had regular visits from his gangland associates in Dublin.

At one stage, Freddie Thompson, who had his own troubles at home because of a separate gangland feud, worked as a gardener for Daniel Kinahan while lying low in Spain, at a €6m villa in Estepona, according to the gardaí.

Estimates of the Kinahan cartel assets from the profits of drug trafficking grew from an initial €200m to more than €900m.

Police had seized 20 high-spec cars from the Kinahans and their close associates during the Marbella and Estepona raids in May 2010.

Subsequent inquiries showed the cartel owned around 60 luxury properties in Spain, mostly on the Costa del Sol, worth around €150m. Furthermore, they owned six tourist developments worth around €500m in Brazil, as well as other properties and businesses in Ireland, England, Belgium, Cyprus, South Africa and Dubai.

Some of the details were contained in a dossier on a British businessman that had been compiled following a surveillance operation carried out in Sierra Leone on behalf of the British Serious Organised Crime Agency.

According to the leaked cable, the businessman made regular visits to Sierra Leone, representing Daniel Kinahan, whose father was believed by the agency to be interested in expanding the network to West Africa.
The cable, sent from the US embassy in Sierra Leone's capital, Freetown, revealed that a number of Europeans were putting themselves forward as partners for Colombian groups, who were already active in the region.

The businessman, acting for Kinahan, was also reported to have been in contact with associates of a suspected cocaine smuggling gang in Sierra Leone.

Spanish police were also investigating the movements of a ship they believed was used to smuggle people and, possibly, drugs between the Sierra Leone region and the Canary Islands.

But as he counts down the days to his 43rd birthday, Daniel Kinahan is now hoping to publicly put those days behind him. He plans to resurrect himself as a clean-living international boxing promoter and fixer, based in Dubai.
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YOYO wrote:A little bit of an introduction to Daniel Kinahan.
Who is Daniel Kinahan? From €1bn crime empire and murderous feuds, to his planned life as boxing promoter

Tom Brady
June 12 2020 3:55 PM

Daniel Kinahan will celebrate his birthday on Thursday week. The international drugs cartel boss will be 43, and he hopes it will mark his entry into the third phase of his life.
For the first 25 years of his life, Kinahan had never come to the attention of the gardaí, apart from being the elder son of Christy Kinahan - a criminal well known to officers fighting crime - and a conviction for driving offences.

But he was then arrested along with four others in connection with a vicious attack on two gardaí outside Shelbourne Park greyhound stadium in May, 2001.

He was charged with assault and initially refused bail by Dublin District Court that July. But the following January the charges against him were dropped and he returned, a free man, to his then home in Rathfarnham in south county Dublin.

He began to take an active part in his father's "business" and, by 2009, was described as a suspected international drug-trafficking figure in a diplomatic cable sent from a US embassy in South America to the Pentagon in Washington.

The reference to Daniel Kinahan was revealed in the infamous Wikileaks publication of confidential US documents and was first disclosed by the Irish Independent in 2011.

Two years earlier, Kinahan had started to take a more prominent part in the running of the day-to-day operations of the crime cartel. He became a prime target of Operation Shovel, which was set up after the then Garda National Drugs Unit began digging deeper into the seizure of 1.5 tonnes of cannabis in a house in Clongorey, Co Kildare, in 2008.

The garda investigation turned into a major international operation, with police from the UK, Spain and the Netherlands later being joined by agencies in the Middle East and South America.

This culminated in a series of raids, followed by arrests, here as well as Britain and Spain.

Christy Kinahan and his sons, Daniel and Christy junior, were among those detained by the Spanish police. Others arrested included "Fat" Freddie Thompson and Gary Hutch, whose murder by the Kinahan gang in Spain in September 2015, sparked off the deadly feud that has claimed 18 lives.

A file uncovered by gardaí in 2011 showed that the Kinahan network was selling shipments of drugs worth €1m every two months.

The file laid bare for the first time the extent of their global network as they masterminded a worldwide operation involving drug trafficking and money laundering.

The information was discovered by the garda drugs unit in the form of a ledger during a raid on a Kinahan associate in Dublin's north inner city.

The ledger outlined details of shipments, allegedly being organised by Kinahan, father and son, although the full extent of the financial profits made by the gang had yet to be discovered.

Kinahan snr had been allowed out on bail by a Spanish magistrate but was then detained on a European arrest warrant, issued by Belgium, where he was wanted to serve a four-year jail sentence for money laundering.

Gardaí also seized documentation showing that the gang had set up a betting racket to launder €2.5m of the profits gleaned from drug trafficking by using unsuspected bookies.

Bets were placed in betting shops around the capital on horse races, greyhound races and football games. The gang's punters managed to restrict losses to less than €300,000 and did not place many substantial bets to ensure they did not arouse suspicions in the betting fraternity.

Instead, they concentrated on volume, carrying out the laundering by selecting horses, dogs or teams that regarded by bookies as hot favourites.

The short odds available meant that the profits from a winning bet were not huge, but for the Kinahans it represented a big success as they got their money back plus winnings in "clean" money from the bookmakers.

In the meantime, Daniel Kinahan, who had taken charge of operations with his father in prison, had started developing his interest in another sport.

He became actively involved while living in the Marbella region and had regular visits from his gangland associates in Dublin.

At one stage, Freddie Thompson, who had his own troubles at home because of a separate gangland feud, worked as a gardener for Daniel Kinahan while lying low in Spain, at a €6m villa in Estepona, according to the gardaí.

Estimates of the Kinahan cartel assets from the profits of drug trafficking grew from an initial €200m to more than €900m.

Police had seized 20 high-spec cars from the Kinahans and their close associates during the Marbella and Estepona raids in May 2010.

Subsequent inquiries showed the cartel owned around 60 luxury properties in Spain, mostly on the Costa del Sol, worth around €150m. Furthermore, they owned six tourist developments worth around €500m in Brazil, as well as other properties and businesses in Ireland, England, Belgium, Cyprus, South Africa and Dubai.

Some of the details were contained in a dossier on a British businessman that had been compiled following a surveillance operation carried out in Sierra Leone on behalf of the British Serious Organised Crime Agency.

According to the leaked cable, the businessman made regular visits to Sierra Leone, representing Daniel Kinahan, whose father was believed by the agency to be interested in expanding the network to West Africa.
The cable, sent from the US embassy in Sierra Leone's capital, Freetown, revealed that a number of Europeans were putting themselves forward as partners for Colombian groups, who were already active in the region.

The businessman, acting for Kinahan, was also reported to have been in contact with associates of a suspected cocaine smuggling gang in Sierra Leone.

Spanish police were also investigating the movements of a ship they believed was used to smuggle people and, possibly, drugs between the Sierra Leone region and the Canary Islands.

But as he counts down the days to his 43rd birthday, Daniel Kinahan is now hoping to publicly put those days behind him. He plans to resurrect himself as a clean-living international boxing promoter and fixer, based in Dubai.
He has done it already hasn't he
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Trying to buy a reputation in the not so clean world of boxing. Hopefully police in at least one country can nail him.
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A Bahrain sports company has ended its involvement with Daniel Kinahan.

KHK, the company set up by the King of Bahrain's son, said in a statement this morning that it has "discontinued its engagement with Daniel Kinahan and he is no longer an advisor" to the company.

The statement was confirmed by the government information service in Bahrain.

Kinahan's departure from the company comes following representations from the Irish Government to authorities in the United Arab Emirates.

The Taoiseach told the Dáil last week there had been contact between the Department of Foreign Affairs and the authorities in the UAE about that matter.

Leo Varadkar also said that he had been "taken aback" to see heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury in his video just dropping "that name ... as if this was somebody who did not have quite a chequered history in this State and elsewhere".

Tyson Fury went on social media last week and thanked Kinahan for arranging a two-fight heavyweight title deal between Fury and fellow British heavyweight Anthony Joshua.

Kinahan has been identified in the High Court as a senior figure in organised crime who "controlled and managed" the Kinahan organised crime group.

The Kinahan organised crime group has also been found by the Special Criminal Court to carry out "execution type murders to protect its core activities" drugs trafficking and firearms offences.
https://www.rte.ie/news/ireland/2020/06 ... l-kinahan/

Hopefully this is the start of it and more cease their dodgy relationships with this scumbag.
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Predictions for Whyte/Povetkin this weekend? I give it 60/40 in Whytes favour. The longer this goes on the more Povetkin will fancy his chances though.

I like Whyte but it he loses it removes a roadblock for Joshua V Fury next year.
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New guy wrote:Predictions for Whyte/Povetkin this weekend? I give it 60/40 in Whytes favour. The longer this goes on the more Povetkin will fancy his chances though.

I like Whyte but it he loses it removes a roadblock for Joshua V Fury next year.

Evenly matched, but think Whyte will edge it. Why do you believe that the longer it goes on the Russian will win?
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LandOTurk wrote:
New guy wrote:Predictions for Whyte/Povetkin this weekend? I give it 60/40 in Whytes favour. The longer this goes on the more Povetkin will fancy his chances though.

I like Whyte but it he loses it removes a roadblock for Joshua V Fury next year.

Evenly matched, but think Whyte will edge it. Why do you believe that the longer it goes on the Russian will win?
I think Whyte tires late in fights.

He looks to be in very good shape this time though so who knows.
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Katie Taylor v Delfine Persoon

While you can't say the first fight was a classic it was a great tear up and the best I've seen from women. I have to say hats off to Delfine Persoon for handing Katie Taylor her arse. The full-time copper and part-time boxer really gave Taylor a bit of a beating. Obviously with Taylor being the money girl she got the decision but no one was in any doubt she got slapped. Fair play to Taylor though she took her beating and I expect her to do better this time.

Final round :D

https://youtu.be/idFty07qRj8?list=TLPQM ... CsA&t=1748
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New guy wrote:Predictions for Whyte/Povetkin this weekend?
Geez, I had no idea this fight was on. That's a great match up.
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Anonymous. wrote:Katie Taylor v Delfine Persoon

While you can't say the first fight was a classic it was a great tear up and the best I've seen from women. I have to say hats off to Delfine Persoon for handing Katie Taylor her arse. The full-time copper and part-time boxer really gave Taylor a bit of a beating. Obviously with Taylor being the money girl she got the decision but no one was in any doubt she got slapped. Fair play to Taylor though she took her beating and I expect her to do better this time.

Final round :D

https://youtu.be/idFty07qRj8?list=TLPQM ... CsA&t=1748
Not the best link

http://vipboxx.eu/boxing/watch-3b4941-d ... 1452937226
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Best of British to our girl Katie.
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All the best work from Taylor who won the first 4 rounds for me. Relentless from the copper who won the fifth for me.
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The copper s work rate has now won her the last two rounds. I'd be worried if I was in Taylor's corner.
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Taylor should be ahead on the cards, but she's getting dragged into a real scrap again.
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Police brutality
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Anonymous. wrote:Police brutality
She is terrifying.
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She didn't deserve the win last time, but she's done enough here. The better fighter when she remembers to use her feet. Persoon is a tank, though.
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