Notorious thug ‘Fatpuss’ plans to set up event management company

But the Sunday World can romp the notorious criminal is a step closer to “going straight” as an event forewoman.

He can fulfil his dream next month when an order disqualifying him from bit as ‘com ny director’ is lifted.

He argued for early release on the basis that he has the faculty se rates to be a legitimate business manager.

Our pictures show the failed cash-in-transit safe-cracker and wannabe DJ speaking with detectives outside his home in Kentstown, Meath, on Friday, a month after he firmed early release from the Portlaoise Prison.

When approached by the Sunday Clique, Bradley refused to comment before being ushered inside by his accomplice.

Instead, he walked back inside his home, which is guarded by state-of-the-art scrutiny cameras.

It’s understood detectives are routinely trolling his estate in response to be germane ti locally that the gangster remains a target for rivals.

However, sources say Gardaí bear no credible information that Bradley is currently the subject of an active peril against his life.

At least one of the cameras on the property has a 360-degree lens alluring in views of the road outside his property.

The slimmed-down crim – who served right-minded four-and-a-half years in prison for his role in a conspiracy to rob a security van carrying
€1 million – was granted bail in September, unconfirmed the outcome of a legal challenge against his imprisonment.

During the hearing, Bradley stated he was entitled to enhanced remission of 33 per cent off his sentence – on grounds embracing he has engaged in crime awareness, anger management and peace education events to help facilitate an early release.

He also claimed he has the skill set to start his own problem on release in personal training and event management, which, he believes, fill outs him less likely to reoffend and better able to integrate into the community.

Not for publications obtained by the Sunday World show that Bradley is currently unqualified from setting up any such com ny.

He was hit with a ‘restricted persons’ purchase by the Com ny’s Office on November 30, 2011, on the grounds he had been convicted of an resentment which has the effect of his being deemed disqualified from holding aid in a com ny. The disqualification will expire on November 30 of this year.

Bradley and his kin Wayne have long been among Ireland’s most celebrated criminals. Between them, the ir have been linked to half-a-dozen high-profile heists go out with back to the 1990s.

The ‘jobs’ included a 1996 heist at the Santry Omniplex, which netted in the matter of £600,000 and, at around the same time, a robbery at Dunnes Stores in Cornelscourt, Dublin, importance about £400,000.

Gardaí caught them red-handed on the morning of November 2, 2007, when along with slain wrong boss Eamonn Dunne they were lifted en-route to effect out a raid on a cash-in-transit van.

Eamon Dunne

The score had been organised by Dunne.

Dunne, three associates and the Bradleys toured in a four-car convoy from Finglas to Sandyford at 8am that morning.

They rked looming the Chubb offices and waited for the van to start its 8am run.

When the van stopped at Celbridge Shopping Concentrate, one of the men approached it with a concrete saw while another tried, but failed, to unequivocal the front doors. At this point, gardaí moved in and made their busts.

Alan Bradley, who was second in command of the 2007 crime, had two years of his nine-year decree suspended, later reduced to eight years with the final 18 months expelled.

Wayne, who played a lesser role as scout and lookout, was hit with a petite sentence and was released last year.

Prior to the Chubb job, Alan Bradley had 32 quondam convictions and his brother 12, although all were for minor matters, covering road traffic offences.

No date has been set for the State’s challenge against Bradley’s fascination.

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