Some Names of Victims here, in the Dublin City Feud, some Call a one Sided Bloodbath of Brutal Murder? Ordered by Who?

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Hutch-Kinahan feud victims: The men brutally murdered in bloody gang war

Here we take a look back at all the lives cut short in the violent gang war

Gerry ‘The Monk’ Hutch (left), Christy ‘Dapper’ Kinahan (right)

Today’s gruesome murder is the 14th in the bloody Kinahan-Hutch gangland feud.

A 27-year-old man, who is associated with the Hutch family, was blasted to death while sitting in a car in Clondalkin in Dublin.

Here we take a look back at all the lives cut short in the violent gang war.

Sep 24, 2015 – Gary Hutch killed in Estepona, Spain

Gary Hutch (Image: Marc O’Sullivan/Collins)

Gunned down beside a swimming pool near Marbella on the Costa del Sol. Associate of Kinahan gang that was incorrectly believed to be a garda informer.

Dec 30, 2015 – Darren Kearns at Blackhorse Avenue, Dublin

Funeral of Darren Kearns

Shot dead as his wife looked on. A convicted drug dealer who spent time in prison, he was mistakenly believed to be involved in a botched plan to shoot a Kinahan gang member.

Feb 5, 2016 – David Byrne at the Regency hotel, Dublin

The dramatic picture of the body of David Byrne after he was shot dead at the Regency Hotel in Drumcondra, near Dublin airport. (Image: © SWNS Group)

Member of the Kinahan gang, who was shot during a boxing tournament weigh-in. A gangland figure, he had managed to avoid serious criminal conviction his entire life.

Feb 8, 2016 – Eddie Hutch Snr at Poplar Row, Dublin

Funeral of Eddie Hutch Snr (Image: Collins Photo Agency)

Shot dead at home just days after Regency attack. Had a number of convictions and had been investigated by the Criminal Assets Bureau but was innocent man.

March 23, 2015 – Noel Duggan, Ratoath Co Meath

Family and friends of the late Noel Duggan pictured at his funeral at Trinity Church Ratoath, Co Meath (Image: Collins Photo Agency)

Mr Kingsize was shot because of his apparent association with Gerry ‘The Monk’ Hutch. Killed outside his home in Meath, he was not believed to have been involved in gun crime.

Apr 14, 2016 – Martin O’Rourke at Sherriff Street, Dublin

The funeral of 24-year-old Martin O’Rourke (Image: Collins)

Martin O’Rourke was killed after he was shot in a case of mistaken identity. He was shot in the head and later died in the Mater hospital.

Apr 25, 2016 – Michael Barr – Summerhill Parade, Dublin

The flag drapped coffin carried by men in paramilitary dress

Believed to have been shot by Kinahan gunmen who were looking for a Hutch family member in a pub. A dissident republican.

May 24, 2016 – Gareth Hutch at North Cumberland Street, Dublin

Gareth Hutch who was gunned down in Dublin (Image: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin)

Shot by two attackers near his home, he was a cousin of slain Gary Hutch and nephew of taxi driver Eddie Hutch. Was understood to have been in fear for his life.

Jul 1, 2016 – David Douglas at Bridgefoot Street

Shot outside the shop he ran with his wife, Douglas was a convicted armed robber and drug dealer.

Aug 17, 2016 – Trevor O’Neill in Majorca

Innocent: Trevor O’Neill

A Dublin City Council worker who was shot dead in a case of mistaken identity. Originally from Drimnagh, he was not involved in crime and was entirely innocent.

Dec 22, 2016 – Noel Kirwan in Ronanstown, Dublin

May 31, 2017 – Michael Keogh at Dorset Street, Dublin


Gangland shooting victim Michael Keogh
Shot in an underground car park, an associate of Keogh was believed to have been acting as a hired gun for the Kinahan cartel. His death was a sign of a hitback from the Hutch gang.
Dec 2, 2017 – Caine McCormack-Kirwan at Meath/Kildare border

latest gangland feud victim Caine McCormack
latest gangland feud victim Caine McCormack
The son of Noel “Duck Egg” Kirwan, McCormack was believed to have been lured to his death. He was killed in an apparent double cross after making threats of revenge to the Kinahan cartel following his father’s death a year before.Noel Kirwan, left, with Gerry Hutch (Image: REUTERS/Stringer)

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