Correct me if I'm wrong(I'm from the rebel county)..but isn't this a common thing in Dublin for funerals involving a young person?I remember last year,a young woman from Dublin tragically died and there was a DJ playing that night in some sort of clubhouse for her funeral.First I had heard of it myself but if its tradition for some,hey-ho..
wakes are also a big thing in dublin, i very rarely see them outside dublin.
FEDS ON CASE Kinahan gang to be investigated by FBI and DEA for links to narco terrorism as they plot joint crackdown on mob’s multimillion euro smuggling operations
The Federal Bureau of Investigation hosted gardai in January after being told of the Irish mob’s links to narco terrorism last year, while the DEA is also to launch a probe
THE lethal Kinahan gang is now in the sights of two US law enforcement agencies.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation hosted gardai in January after being told of the Irish mob’s links to narco terrorism last year.
Drug Enforcement Administration officers have visited Ireland to plot a joint crackdown on Christy and Daniel Kinahan and their multimillion euro smuggling operations.
Both agencies are expected to step up their work with the Garda’s Drugs and Organised Crime Bureau, with more meetings already planned this year.
It is understood the FBI and DEA investigations were initially launched over the Kinahan gang’s links to Colombian narco terrorists.
Their interest heightened after Dubliner Joe ‘Packie’ Moore, 55, was strangled with shrink wrap near Medellin last May.
DEREK ‘Bottler’ Devoy has been ruled out as a suspect in the murder of Jason Molyneux — thanks to a cup of tea.
The gangland thug was having a brew at his home in Ballymun, north Dublin, when ‘Buda’ was killed.
edit, the important question, what brand of tea does "bottler" drink?