Mark Fellows: how Salford hitman evaded police for gangland murders

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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.

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