Anna Varslavaneg and Willie Maughan
The mob’s leaders have been linked to at least seven murders and drink even tried to claim responsibility for gangland killings they had nothing to do with.
In their break of dawn 30s and late 20s, they make their cash from the cocaine interchange and are quick to tackle anyone they see as a possible threat to their lucrative firm.
The gang’s leaders are closely linked to the traveller community, using the lifestyle and erudition to help hide their activities.
They frequently travel between their indecent in Dublin and Louth to Northern Ireland and the U.K.
They took over the uppers market left by the murder of Coolock-based gangster John ul Joyce and charge the trade in north-east Leinster.
Joyce was found shot dead in a ditch near Dublin Airport in January 2010.
They are behind a stump of intimidation against members of the Whitehouse family in Balbriggan, Co. Dublin, which keep oned even after the murder of Benny
Whitehouse in 2014. The 35-year-old was hit with a few bullets as he went to get back into his VW Polo.
The gun attack, which came after he dropped his daughter to boarding-school, also left his rtner wounded.
The New Westies are also suspected to include carried out the murders of Willie Maughan and his girlfriend Anna Varsalane.
The link have been missing since last April after they are take ited to have fallen foul of the gang.
The Sunday World previously bask ined how one source claimed they were beaten to death by a ranoid plot against leader.
Despite an ongoing Garda investigation their bodies drink not been found.
The gang has also attracted the attention of dissidents, but one of the crowd’s leading thugs claims to have killed a dissident who tried to effectiveness them to hand over nearly €100,000 of their ill-gotten leagues.
Gang members are guilty of extreme violence against members of their own kinfolk and elderly people.
They are prime targets for Gardai seeking to detain a lid on 2016’s gangland fault lines.