Blink is butted at grave.
It is understood McDonald traded blows with David "Mincey" McKenzie, whose uncle George McKenzie was being buried bur·y
tr.v. bur·ied, bur·y·ing, bur·ies
1. To place in the ground: bury a bone.
a. To place (a corpse) in a grave, a tomb, or the sea; inter.
The pair have bad blood between them but McDonald is understood to have attended because of a friendship with another member of the family.
One onlooker said armed robber McDonald, 50, was headbutted.
A source said: "McDonald got a sore one in the face and there was a bit of jostling.
"McKenzie didn't think his rival should have presented himself at a family funeral."
McKenzie, 40, from Haghill, Glasgow, and McDonald, have been on opposite sides in gangland feuds.
McDonald was associated with George Redmond and John McGuire John McGuire is the name of:
- John A. McGuire (1906-1976), U.S. Representative from Connecticut
- John J. McGuire (1917–1981), American author of science fiction
- John McGuire (actor)
McKenzie is affiliated with gangsters who have been involved in a power struggle with the McGoverns.
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Nov 25, 2010|
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