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Cocaine Wars - Fat Freddie Thompson and the Crumlin/Drimnagh Feud (Electronic book text)
Cocaine Wars - Fat Freddie Thompson and the Crumlin/Drimnagh Feud (Electronic book text): Mick McCaffrey
Cocaine Wars - Fat Freddie Thompson and the Crumlin/Drimnagh Feud (Electronic book text): Mick McCaffrey

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Cocaine Wars - Fat Freddie Thompson and the Crumlin/Drimnagh Feud (Electronic book text)

Mick McCaffrey

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When best friends become arch enemies - it's murder...In March 2000 Garda raided a central Dublin hotel and uncovered a 1.7 million drug-mixing factory. Of the three men arrested at the scene, just two were charged. The third, Declan Gavin, was labelled a 'rat'. Within 18 months, he was dead, and the Crumlin/Drimnagh feud was born.Childhood friends and neighbours were forced to take sides. One faction supported Gavin's successor, 'Fat' Freddie Thompson, and the other half sided with his arch enemy, Brian Rattigan. War was declared, and over the course of 11 years, 16 young men have been brutally murdered in tit-for-tat killings.Cocaine Wars chronicles the shocking story behind the country's deadliest gangland feud: from the growth of the gang under the tutelage of notorious criminals John Gilligan and Martin 'The Viper' Foley, to the brutal way in which they established themselves as Dublin's most feared drugs mob.For the first time, the stories behind the feud are revealed: the mother who has lost two sons to the relentless violence, the criminal who orchestrates murders from the prison cell he shares with his beloved pet budgie, and the women who remain loyal to the ruthless gangsters.Cocaine Wars reveals the truth behind the most violent drugs feud in the history of the state.

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Imprint: Y Books
Country of origin: Ireland
Release date: 2011
Authors: Mick McCaffrey
Format: Electronic book text
Pages: 384
ISBN-13: 978-1-908023-05-6
Barcode: 9781908023056
Categories: Promotions
Books > Fiction > True stories > Crime
Books > Social sciences > Sociology, social studies > Crime & criminology > Drugs trade / drug trafficking
LSN: 1-908023-05-8

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