THE creators of RTE’s reality television show ‘Fade Street’ have been killed in an military style operation in South County Dublin today.
The Garda special response team launched a ‘contained assault’ on a Donneybrook apartment block, 300 metres from RTE studios, sources have revealed.
A group of three men and four women resisted arrest after contact was made via intercom.
Armed detectives were fired upon from a third story window and a gun fight ensued. The seven writers and producers were killed along with fourteen civilians in a three hour firefight.
The dead included a post man, ten Polish immigrants and three heroin addicts, who Gardai said would have died soon anyway.
The creators of Fade Street have been on the run since late 2010 after a protest against the show turned violent outside Donneybrook studios. The government were forced to outlaw the group after Leinster house received 1.5 million letters from members of the public threatening to riot if they were not held accountable for the show and killed immediately.
There had been years of speculation the creators fled to England on a ferry from Dun Laoghaire.
The fact they were found just minutes away from RTE studios will raise questions about how the sick bastards managed live there unnoticed for several months.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has praised the Garda Response Unit involved in ‘Operation Fade Out’: “This dramatic news closes one of the countries darkest chapters. I thank all the forty four men and women who were involved in this operation. They’re a credit to their parents and indeed the entire island of Ireland.”
A government spokesman confirmed that the bodies of the gang will be put on display in the national history museum in October.