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Murders spark anti-crime drive

A co-ordinated drive to target organised crime and the latest spate of gangland killings in Dublin is expected to be launched by gardai.

7th May, 2005

A co-ordinated drive to target organised crime and the latest spate of gangland killings in Dublin is expected to be launched by gardai.

The new approach was agreed at a meeting of garda commissioners and senior officers last Friday. There have been five gangland murders in as many weeks. While the killings are not connected, each of the victims was associated with the drugs trade.

The victims - Terry Dunleavy, 27,Mark Byrne, 31, Andrew “Madser'‘...

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