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Saturday, 2 April 2011

Gangster Grant McIntosh was dumped bleeding at a hospital after a failed gangland execution.

10:47 |

The notorious hood was discovered with multiple stab wounds in the grounds of the Southern General in Glasgow.
And last night, as he remained seriously ill in hospital, underworld sources claimed McIntosh was driven to the hospital by an associate after being attacked in his home town of Paisley.

It is understood that McIntosh, known as Mr P for the grip he has on Paisley, is refusing to cooperate with cops. Detectives are treating the attack on him as attempted murder.
A police spokeswoman said: "The injured man has been treated for stab wounds and is currently detained in a serious but stable condition.
Police have launched an investigation, and enquiries are ongoing.
"At this time, it is not clear where the attack took place or the motive for this."
McIntosh, 54, was found in the hospital grounds around 11.40am on Tuesday.
The gangster, once a talented junior footballer, has built up a lucrative criminal network founded on drugs and car crime.
He was interviewed by cops after the bodies of drug dealers John Hall, 45, and David McIntosh, 33, were found in a Lanarkshire scrapyard in October 2001.

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