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Tuesday, 7 June 2011

Gangster Domenyk Noonan has hit out after being banned from attending a friend’s funeral.

09:49 |

Noonan, 46, says he was stopped from paying his final respects to pal Patrick ‘Paddy’ Walsh by probation officers who he has accused of ‘just being awkward’.

Noonan, who was released from prison under strict licensing conditions last year, wanted to attend the service in Stockport on Friday. But that morning he was asked to meet probation officers who handed him a letter banning him from showing up.

It says that because Mr Walsh’s brother Adam, an associate of Noonan’s, would be attending the service from prison, Noonan was not allowed to be present.

But Moston-born Noonan believes his life is being made difficult as he tries to go straight.

The 46-year-old, who set up a delivery service named GMP after his release, said: "They say that because of my licence conditions and my association with Adam I am not allowed to go. I don’t know what they think I’d do – there’ll be police officers everywhere. I wanted to go and pay my respects. Our families are very close. Their mum used to change our nappies.

"They have even stopped me from going to the wake. Prisoners aren’t allowed to go to wakes and Adam won’t even be there.

"They are just doing this to be awkward and to show that I have to do what they tell me to do.

"It’s not as if it was a wedding, it was a wake and I just wanted to go and pay my respects. Our families have known each other since the 60s.

"I have been out for 14 months now and haven’t done anything since I came out."

Noonan, who now uses the surname Latllay-Fottfoy, was jailed in 2005 after a gun was found under the bonnet of his car. Since being released last May he remains on a licence under a strict monitoring regime and cannot leave the Greater Manchester area.

A spokeswoman for the Probation Service said that it was part of Noonan’s conditions not to have any contact with Adam Walsh. She added that Noonan’s solicitors had been contacted and that he had signed a letter of acceptance.

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