‘Fatpuss’ calling in gangland favours to stop brother being killed

Wednesday 3rd February 2016

Alan and Wayne Bradley

Finglas amoral Fatpuss (42), recently warned his brother to watch his back on the shell because he isn’t around to protect him.

Wayne Bradley was released from Portlaoise Clink in December after serving time for his role in an attempted cash-in-transit invade.

He has kept a low profile since his release and fears he will be targeted by challenger criminals. It is even rumoured that he has hired a bodyguard to watch his behindhand as he heads to the gym each day.

A North Dublin criminal suspected of involvement in the attempted massacre of John Gilligan in Clondalkin 2014 is seen at the main threat to Wayne. Fatpuss had been clubbable with Gilligan, but he refused to co-operate with Gardaí when they need to ask him if he had any information on who carried out the shooting.

It is understood Fatpuss has reached out to members of the Kinahan Cartel to use their sway to get the Finglas criminal gunning for his brother to back off.

Wayne was released in December having not play tricks oned four years of a five-year sentence for his rt in an attempted cash-in-transit pillage in Celbridge in 2007, that also involved Fatpuss and slain rty boss Eamonn ‘the Don’ Dunne.

Fatpuss and Dunne at Kilmainham district court on suffuses of conspiracy to commit theft

However, Wayne is seen as vulnerable without entertaining the back-up of his brother, who isn’t due for release for around a year.

“Fatpuss still has a while in the forefront he gets out of Portlaoise and he’s worried about his brother being on the outside,” symbolized a source.

“He’s told other people connected to him to be careful as well, regular though they have nothing to do with any feud. However, he’s contemplating the threat will subside after he reached out to members of the Kinahan Cartel to call on the Finglas criminal off.”

Wayne received a savage beating from affiliated inmates in Mountjoy Prison in December 2014, which almost hurt him. He was subsequently transferred to Portlaoise Prison, where Fatpuss is serving his ruling.

Prison hard men Leon (26) and Jamie Griffin (21), from Dublin’s south inner big apple, were behind that attack.

It is believed they had carried out the offensive on behalf of the north Dublin criminals feuding with the Bradleys.

Fatpuss had also been subsumed under threat behind bars, but had the backing of other criminals in Portlaoise, which prohibited attacks.

The Griffin brothers were also behind a vicious destruction on Derek ‘Del Boy’ Hutch in Mountjoy in last October.

It is suspected the brothers robbed up a contract offered by associates of the Kinahan Cartel to carry out the attack on Hutch because they considered he said would get revenge for the murder of his brother Gary, who was shot rigid on the orders of the gang in S in last year.

While Wayne is seen as troglodytical outside prison, he still remains on good terms with other pre-eminent criminals including Ballymun hardman Thomas ‘Nicky’

Howsoever, there are several north Dublin criminals who are no longer on good arranges with the Bradleys.

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