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special edition Crime World Extra: The final blow against the Byrne Organised Crime Gang

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Nicola Tallant talks to Sunday World deputy editor Niall Donald about Declan Brady, the Kinahan cartel's 'Mr Nobody'

Nicola Tallant talks to Sunday World deputy editor Niall Donald about Declan Brady, the Kinahan cartel's 'Mr Nobody'

Nicola Tallant talks to Sunday World deputy editor Niall Donald about Declan Brady, the Kinahan cartel's 'Mr Nobody'

The home of senior Kinahan lieutenant Liam Byrne has just been put on the on the market for just €400,000 after it was seized by the Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB) .

The dream property where Byrne (40) lived was once valued at around €1m with extensive refurbishments carried out on the house.

Now, No2 Raleigh Square in Crumlin, has been advertised for less than half of its previous estimated value.

The confiscation of the property was the final blow by the CAB against the BOCG Gang, with a total of 47 assets confiscated under proceeds of crime legislation.

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