Gardai Looking To Question Karma Following Gilligan Hit



DUBLIN DETECTIVES have said they are currently looking to speak to Karma following the shooting of drug trafficker John Gilligan last night at a house in Clondalkin.

Gardai announced their ‘only prime suspect’ this morning after questioning numerous residents in the Greenfort Crescent housing estate last night.

“One name kept popping up so we are now launching a nationwide manhunt for a Mr. Karma” said lead detective Garda Donal Ryan. “We have reason to believe that this Karma person was a ‘long-time-coming’ and we are looking for any information leading to the suspects arrest.”

According to sources, Gilligan was shot seven times as he sought refuge in the toilet, and sustained injuries to his face, chest, hip and leg.

Witnesses reported he was shot down shortly after he got a lift to his brother’s house from his daughter, Tracey after a family Christening in a local pub. Karma is believed to have been waiting for the Veronica Guerin murder suspect nearby, before following him into the house and shooting him seven times.

Gardai believe Karma may come around again to finish the job and have placed 24 hour security around Mr. Gilligan’s hospital bed.

“We gather from our intelligence that whatever goes around comes around when dealing with this Karma individual,” told Garda detective Ryan. “All we can is hope is for him to come full circle again so we can arrest and question him about last night’s hit. “