Mark Fellows: how Salford hitman evaded police for gangland murders
Police were met with silence from public for fear of reprisals after gangland hitman killed rivals Paul Massey and John Kinsella
It all started with a drink thrown in a nightclub. It led to four years of bloodshed, including two murders, at least seven shootings and an escalation of tit-for-tat violence reminiscent of the “Gunchester” era of the 1990s.
Mark Fellows, 38, became one of only 70 prisoners in England and Wales serving a whole life sentence on Friday after he was found guilty of the murder of his gangland rivals, Paul Massey and John Kinsella.Continue reading...