Two Men To Appear In Court For Roy Collins Murder

Two men will appear in court on Friday charged with the murder of businessman Roy Collins.

It is understood the two men, who are members of the McCarthy-Dundon gang – one of whom is regarded as a major criminal figure – will be charged before the Special Criminal Court in connection with the 2009 gun attack.

It is also known that both men are currently imprisoned for separate offences.

Gunman James Dillon, who worked for the McCarthy-Dundon gang, is currently serving a life sentence for the shooting of Mr Collins, but garda enquiries have continued.


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