Bloodbath Fears As Gardaí Arrest Notorious Kinahan Henchman ‘Mr Silly’


GARDAÍ in Dublin are today celebrating a small but significant milestone in battling the ongoing Kinahan/Hutch feud after arresting what appears to be the Kinahan’s most significant figure in Ireland, Mr. Silly.

The mister man, who is believed to be in his late 60s, was arrested at his home in the city after an early morning raid by the special response unit in conjunction with detectives investigating the cartel’s main henchmen.

“We believe Mr. Silly may have been running firearms and money for the Kinahans since the late 90s, and is understood to be a violent and very dangerous criminal, with ties to a number of murders in the city, including the shooting of Mr. Rat last week,” a Garda source told WWN.

Gardaí found over €40,000 in cash at Mr. Silly’s home, with laminated books containing the names, addresses and even hand drawn, coloured depictions of 49 mister men associates. His wife Little Miss Social Welfare was also arrested and released without charge shortly after being questioned at Store Street Garda station.

“The information we’ve found in these books describe a highly sophisticated gang of criminals, and this find could fuel further bloodbath,” warned one detective.

Tabloids have asked gardaí to refrain from further arrests until such a time as journalists can give all criminals nicknames which dehumanises the violence innocent people are exposed to by the gangs.

Mr. Silly will be held for questioning for 72 hours. Gardaí are expected to charge him over a botched assassination attempt in the city, where Mr. Silly dropped his drivers license at the scene after his gun failed to fire due to forgetting to load it with bullets.

“He’s not the sharpest tool in the box,” pointed out one Garda.