The Witness: A criminal life cloaked in the darkest shadows

Sunday World crime writer Nicola Tallant has told the often tragic story of gangland figure Joey ‘The Lips’ O’Callaghan in compelling style

11th October, 2020
The Witness: A criminal life cloaked in the darkest shadows
Nicola Tallant speaking to Joey O’Callaghan, whose story is a sad but insightful glimpse of the darkest recesses of Irish society. Picture: Nicola Tallant/Ernie Leslie

TRUE CRIME

The Witness

By Nicola Tallant

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