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04-02-2018, 12:04   #811
 
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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..
i like the idea, "celebrate their life" rather than "mourn their death" i think.
wakes are also a big thing in dublin, i very rarely see them outside dublin.

https://www.thesun.ie/news/2135055/k...ng-operations/

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.

https://www.thesun.ie/news/2134999/d...-a-cup-of-tea/
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?

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wakes are also a big thing in dublin, i very rarely see them outside dublin.
It's the done thing having a wake in the west. I'd say it's abnormal not having one.
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i like the idea, "celebrate their life" rather than "mourn their death" i think.
wakes are also a big thing in dublin, i very rarely see them outside dublin.

https://www.thesun.ie/news/2135055/k...ng-operations/

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.

https://www.thesun.ie/news/2134999/d...-a-cup-of-tea/
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?
Interesting development with the FBI getting involved, I alluded to that in an earlier post that it would make sense for the guards to talk to them as they would have vast experience in dealing with large criminal organizations, it’s unreal to think of how global the kinahans have become.
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It's the done thing having a wake in the west. I'd say it's abnormal not having one.
I've never experienced one! Can you simply describe a typical wake to me?

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Interesting development with the FBI getting involved, I alluded to that in an earlier post that it would make sense for the guards to talk to them as they would have vast experience in dealing with large criminal organizations, it’s unreal to think of how global the kinahans have become.
Another few posters tipped on the subject too. lnterpol(is European intelligence?) and English police forces along with American FBI and DEA. They're bigger than the RA. FFS.

The don was killed because he took liberties and lifes.

Their downfall will come, from their lust for revenge and vengeance.
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Facts.
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Another few posters tipped on the subject too. lnterpol(is European intelligence?) and English police forces along with American FBI and DEA. They're bigger than the RA. FFS.
No, Interpol is like an International police liaison officer. It's based in Lyon, France but isn't a European organisation, it's a global police facilitator but has no powers of arrest itself.
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Europol are watching the Kinahans in an official capacity since November. Since Vega was arrested.
But they must have been monitoring them before that anyway, as Vega's plane was bugged and they were watching the feud in the Netherlands. There's no way the Kinahans didn't appear on their radar a number of times.
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The media are saying the main men on one side are about to be turfed out of Dubai. Apparently you need some clearance certificate to get a work permit there now.

Do you need a work permit to simply live there, or are they ok once they don't have to seek employment?
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and those facts are?

Those facts are that The Special Criminal Court is an illegal entity in Europe, google it.
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The media are saying the main men on one side are about to be turfed out of Dubai. Apparently you need some clearance certificate to get a work permit there now.

Do you need a work permit to simply live there, or are they ok once they don't have to seek employment?
Yeah saw that, but in the article i saw (linked it on post #799) it says that the new law is that if they want to stay there, they must not have a criminal record. They also require a work certificate to stay there legally, but I would imagine that the criminals they are trying to kick out would find it very easy to get their hands on a work certificate. They could probably provide one from their own businesses over there.
I think it said Daniel Kinahan (who has no convictions that would be big enough to get him kicked out) is expected he would not be deemed suitable to live there, or something along those lines.
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Those facts are that The Special Criminal Court is an illegal entity in Europe, google it.

on what basis is it illegal? Are you confusing the EU with the UNHCR that have criticised the special criminal court?
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Here are some reports on the new 'good conduct certificate'.
But i doubt any of the Kinahans will be looking for employment over there.
Would they fall under the exempt 'Tourist' category, or could they get sponsorship in exchange for $1m?
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“The security screening of job candidates means that they will have to produce good conduct certificates from their home countries, or the country, or countries, of their residence for work, or study, for the past five years,” an official source told Gulf News on Tuesday.
The screening is applicable only to new work visas.
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What are the new regulations?
All residents seeking a new work visa will from February need a “good conduct and behaviour certificate” covering the last five years.
Who will be affected?
Those seeking a UAE work visa.
What is the aim of the certificate?
To help safeguard the country's national security and ensure a safe living environment.
Who is exempt?
Sponsored family members and tourists.
If I am already living in the UAE, do I still need to apply for a certificate?
It was announced that the rules would apply to every new visa. Long-term residents of the UAE seeking a new visa can apply to Dubai Police or Abu Dhabi Police for a certificate.
What if I have been living outside my country of citizenship before arriving in the UAE?
You will still need to get a certificate from the country you have been resident in.
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Drug dealing, sexual assault and violence - all crimes that carry an almost automatic deportation order.
The practice is one of the many tools used by the courts to keep the country safe.
And while the thousands of new residents who arrive in the UAE to work, live and educate their children are largely law abiding, for those that commit a serious crime, ejection is swift.
Here The National looks at how deportation works, and why it is used.
“Deportation rids the community of social menace,” said Judge Ahmed Ibrahim Saif, head of Dubai Civil Court and the former chief justice of Dubai Criminal Court.


There are two types of deportation – legal and administrative.
The first follows a conviction in a criminal case and is issued by a panel of judges in court.
This type of deportation is mandatory and would be used against those who have committed types of sexual assault or rape, for example.
The second is issued by the Ministry of Interior and the bodies related to it, such as the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs and the Ministry of Labour.
It is discretionary and issued against individuals who are thought to be a threat to public safety and welfare.
After any deportation, the name of the person concerned is added to a banned list, so officials are aware of who is not allowed to re-enter.
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and those facts are?

Those facts are that The Special Criminal Court is an illegal entity in Europe, google it.
No it is not.
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