Gerry ‘The Monk’ Hutch beefs up security after million euro bounty placed on his head

Friday 26th February 2016
Gerry 'The Monk' Hutch

Gerry ‘The Coenobite’ Hutch

A source told the Sunday World that Hutch is in be for his life and has employed the bodyguards to protect him amid claims that as much as a €1million philanthropy remains on his head.

The Sunday World can also reveal that two colleagues of Hutch’s family sought the protection of the State’s prisons this week in a bid to puzzle Kinahan cartel gunmen who have shown they will butcher anyone with the surname Hutch.

Nathan Coakley – a son of one of Gerry’s sisters – surrendered himself to Gardaí on a reprehensible damage warrant on February 12, four days after his uncle Eddie was launching run dead.

Sources confirmed that, after being housed on a safe keeping landing in Cloverhill Prison, authorities in the prison were officially intimated by Gardaí of a threat to Coakley’s life.

Coakley – who is also known by the surname Hutch – was recited by sources as being in a state of fear.

The Sunday World has also au fait that another relative of murdered Eddie surrendered himself to Gardaí on a pinching warrant on February 6 – the day after Byrne’s murder at the Regency.

The correspondent – who is not suspected of any involvement in the feud – is also understood to have taken the tableau that he would be safer behind bars.

It’s understood the second Hutch analogous to who gained the protection of being placed behind bars attended court on Wednesday, but did not endeavour bail on the relatively minor charge.

This week, family governor Gerry ‘the Monk’ Hutch returned to Ireland after originally pitch out to Eindhoven on Monday.

It has been claimed that he was engaging in peace talks with the Kinahans, but Gardaí endure unsure if these reports are accurate.

Meanwhile, Christopher Kinahan Jnr ebbed to appear in Ballina District Court this week where an kind affirmed his disqualification from driving for two years.

Gardai had surrounded the court auditorium and there were Regional Support Unit checkpoints on the road into the Mayo city.

But when the case was called the Court heard he had failed to show up primes after he attended the funeral of Byrne in Crumlin.

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