Slab Murphys house seized

#3
I bet he's really bothered, doesnt he own a load of other houses in manchester?
 
#6
i hope they auction it off, could arrse have a whip round and bid for it?
 
#8
Although I'm sure he and his friends have put enough away for him never to be poor, it is nice to see all the relevent agencies get together, make a combined effort and rip his sordid little empire away from him. Could have been done sooner but as long as it all sticks I for one will be fairly happy with the result.
 
#9
It's good to see the Garda Siohana's Criminal Assets Bureau has made an example. However what happened the to UK Assets Recovery Agency? They carry out alot of work in the Province and why did'nt they seize Murphy's assets before?.
 
#10
Brilliant. It's about bloody time that untouchables like Slab are getting punished where it hurts most...in the pocket. It's a bit like the old Capone story - they finally get a vicious psychopathic criminal for dodgy finances! Just a pity they can't get him in the slammer for all the murders that he has either carried out personally, or the ones that he has planned, authorised and financed. They also finally got a criminal conviction against that other psycho Sean Gerard Hughes (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sean_Hughes for fiddling finances during foot and mouth a couple of years ago although they couldn't lay a finger on him for killing dozens of soldiers or for that nasty job on supergrass Eamon Collins in Newry (ran him over, stabbed him, smashed his head to a pulp with crowbars etc etc). Terrible, terrible people.
 
#11
india-juliet said:
It's good to see the Garda Siohana's Criminal Assets Bureau has made an example. However what happened the to UK Assets Recovery Agency? They carry out alot of work in the Province and why did'nt they seize Murphy's assets before?.
You are fcukin jokin aren't you? Our glorious forces of law and order can't even enforce TV licences and car tax in West Belfast. You don't think they're gonna kick off down in Bandit country?
 
#12
Perevodchik said:
india-juliet said:
It's good to see the Garda Siohana's Criminal Assets Bureau has made an example. However what happened the to UK Assets Recovery Agency? They carry out alot of work in the Province and why did'nt they seize Murphy's assets before?.
You are fcukin jokin aren't you? Our glorious forces of law and order can't even enforce TV licences and car tax in West Belfast. You don't think they're gonna kick off down in Bandit country?
Your actually wrong. The UKARA have carried out many enforcements in and around all area's of Belfast.
 
#13
india-juliet said:
Perevodchik said:
india-juliet said:
It's good to see the Garda Siohana's Criminal Assets Bureau has made an example. However what happened the to UK Assets Recovery Agency? They carry out alot of work in the Province and why did'nt they seize Murphy's assets before?.
You are fcukin jokin aren't you? Our glorious forces of law and order can't even enforce TV licences and car tax in West Belfast. You don't think they're gonna kick off down in Bandit country?
Your actually wrong. The UKARA have carried out many enforcements in and around all area's of Belfast.
Do the UKARA do TV licenses now?
 
#14
I had already reported this in the thread "'Slab' Murphy's Assets Frozen!" :)

Great news eh?
 
#15
The TV licence enforcements are probably all on the camps!!!
 
#16
india-juliet said:
It's good to see the Garda Siohana's Criminal Assets Bureau has made an example. However what happened the to UK Assets Recovery Agency? They carry out alot of work in the Province and why did'nt they seize Murphy's assets before?.
Maybe they thought they'd wait till there was more money/computers/fags etc to take?
 
#17
"HOUSE FOR SALE

One previous, large, terrorist owner.

4 bedrooms
Kitchen
Bathroom
Lounge
Dining room
Bomb factory
Diesel laundering facility

Coveniently situated in both the Republic of and Northern Ireland.

Suit organised criminal"
 
#18
Quality, I dont think thats how the estate agents on the whistleblower would do it though!
 
#19
theoriginalphantom said:
india-juliet said:
It's good to see the Garda Siohana's Criminal Assets Bureau has made an example. However what happened the to UK Assets Recovery Agency? They carry out alot of work in the Province and why did'nt they seize Murphy's assets before?.
Maybe they thought they'd wait till there was more money/computers/fags etc to take?
Hmmm... Not sure actually. AFAIK the Republic has extremely aggressive/effective rules for this kind of thing so perhaps the case had a better chance of success in the South.

Tricam.
 
#20
I met the head(ex RUC),one A McQ, of the new agency,set up in Ulster,to deal with seizure of criminal assets,socially,about a year ago.I suggested then that,rather than starting with the small fry,he should get started on Slab,with whom I've crossed swords,in the past.He looked shocked! Maybe someone has now made the same suggestion to him,more officially?

It looks like the said ex RUC man is being promoted,and sent to London.Maybe this is part of his 'leaving' strategy,designed to impress?
 

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