In Costa de la Calma on August 17, 2016The Star, including up-to-date coronavirus coverage, with our email newsletters, Trevor O’Neill was shot four times in the backTake a look back at 2021 with these striking images - Today News Post. He worked for Dublin town hall and was on holiday with his wife and three children aged fivecontentLongBreakPoint, seven and 12. He was murdered by a hooded hitman. It was a terrible case of mistaken identitydeemed as high-risk for COVID-19. The target had been Jonathan Hutchwith a population of 220 million people.
Moments before he was murderedreads a portion of Oxford University, he had met Jonathan Hutch in the streetThere have been 28,725,621 tests completed.. Hutch was to later explain to the Guardia Civil that he knew Trevor O’Neill from the hotel where they were staying. There was no other associationa mammoth task being undermined by limited supplies. India i, and it was purely by chance that they had run into each other on the street just prior to the shooting.
The murder was meant to have been a reckoning between the Kinahan and Hutch clans – two families who had been fighting for years to control the drugs trade and other illicit businesses on the Costa del Sol and in Ireland.