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Monday, 19 July 2010

Man freed in gangland murder inquiry - The Irish Times - Mon, Jul 19, 2010


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Man freed in gangland murder inquiry - The Irish Times - Mon, Jul 19, 2010: "25-year-old man arrested in connection with the shooting dead of convicted criminal Stephen Byrne has today been released without charge.
The man was one of two people arrested over the weekend in relation to the murder of the 32-year-old Dubliner last Tuesday.
A 20-year-old man is still being detained at Store Street Garda station under Section 30 of the Offences Against the State Act, and can be detained for up to 72 hours without charge..
A total of Five people have so far been detained in relation to the murder Byrne.
He was shot dead at about 4.40pm last Tuesday at the junction of St Laurence Place East and Sheriff Street in Dublin’s north inner city.
The dead man lived at Mariner’s Port, just yards from where he was killed.
He received a phone call on Tuesday while in his house and went out to meet somebody on the street.
As he was talking to a group of people, a gunman approached on a mountain bike, shooting Byrne in the head and chest.
Those talking to Byrne fled as the gunman moved in. The killer, who used a handgun, escaped on the bike.
Last week, gardaí arrested two boys, aged 15 and 16 years, and a man in his 20s. All three were believed to have been among the group talking to Byrne just before he was shot.
They have since been released from Garda custody without charge.
Gardaí believe Byrne’s murder is linked to a gangland feud between rival factions based in the Sheriff Street area.
The dispute started nearly eight years ago when a major criminal gang split into two factions after its leader, Christie Griffin (40), originally from Canon Lillis Avenue, Dublin, was accused of rape."


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