Gangland Glasgow: True Crime from the Streets

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I helped the man into the recovery position, but he couldn’t speak as he had been stabbed through the throat. Following full and careful consideration of the facts and circumstances of the case, including the available admissible evidence, the procurator fiscal decided there should be no further criminal proceedings at this time. Laura Buchan, Procurator Fiscal for Specialist Casework, welcomed the sentence and said it sent out a strong deterrent against those who blight communities in Scotland through drugs trafficking. Working with Professor Charlie Frowd at the University of Central Lancashire, Police Scotland investigators have generated a composite image of Ferguson, using innovative software.Gerard McTaggart, 47, took carrier bags containing thousands of pounds to several locations linked to organised crime as part of a money laundering scheme.

It was claimed the victim then ended up leaving Ferguson bleeding by smacking a bottle over his head. These activities were part of Police Scotland’s ongoing intelligence initiative, dubbed Operation Escalade, which aims to dismantle high-ranking organized crime groups across the nation.A nephew of Jamie Daniel – the family’s feared criminal patriarch, who died from cancer the previous year – Daniel soon realised he was being followed by two vehicles and desperately tried to flee his pursuers. In the years leading up to his death he had kept a low profile and was said not to go out in Glasgow after dark. The violence won’t be stopping any time soon, nor will the laundering of the profits in all the usual outlets. Allan battered Mr Black with an Irn Bru bottle and a lamp then repeatedly cut and stabbed him with a large kitchen knife. In the aftermath of his murder, it emerged McPhee was suspected of carrying out attacks on two high-profile Glasgow underworld figures in 2002.

Ryan Ferguson was sentenced at the High Court in Glasgow after admitting supplying cocaine, cannabis and benzocaine. And while surveillance techniques have increased in technical efficiency, so also have the crime clans’ ability to combat them.For more news, follow us on Facebook and Twitter but never miss the latest top headlines and sign up to our daily newsletter here. The teacher also said the attacker walked with his face fixed downwards, and left the same way, after picking up the murder weapon from the floor. The chib was a four-and-a-half inch long piece of wood with 11 razor blades embedded in the end of it. Its origins lie in the rivalry between two family gangs, the Lyons and the Daniels, for control of the city’s heroin and cocaine market. He admitted smashing the family's CCTV camera to hide evidence of their visit, while Notman admitted banging the door, demanding entry and smashing a window.

Allan had downed a cocktail of drink and drugs before the killing of Mr Black, which was so frenzied detectives described the crime scene as one of the worst they had encountered. Individual detectives might spend years gaining the trust of an informant whom they might have managed to groom in exchange for a lighter sentence or early parole. Whenever a trial takes place of anyone accused of gangland activity, it’s like a university lecture for the families,” said Gallacher. The High Court in Lanark heard that between May and October 2019, McTaggart was spotted by surveillance officers meeting associates from a prominent Glasgow crime group. Dean Ferguson knifed Billy Joe Bates - described as his second cousin - during a confrontation in Milton, Glasgow on November 18, 2018.Donnelly stressed that this successful prosecution serves as a potent message concerning authorities’ resolute determination to thwart serious organized crime.



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