Cops had warned Douglas his life was in danger from cartel
Two violent young guns in their 20s who are acting as the Kinahan Cartel’s main ‘muscle’ are the chief suspects for the latest gangland murder in Dublin.
David Douglas (53), was gunned down in front of family members at the entrance to his wife’s shop on Bridgefoot Street in Dublin’s south inner city at 4.10pm on Friday.
The Sunday World can reveal convicted drug dealer Douglas believed he had resolved his differences with the Kinahan gang after being shot last year – even though had been formally warned his life was under danger last month by gardai.
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