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Good riddance to a crimelord.

THERE will be few who will not say good riddance to crimelord John Gilligan.

His departure marks the end of criminal career that has caused mayhem and misery for dozens of families.

Jimmy Guerin rightly said it was ironic Gilligan is now looking over his shoulder in fear of his life. He is indeed a victim of the monster he created and is now wrecked and frightened and looking much older than his 61 years.

The trademark cynical smirk was nowhere to be seen as he was pictured fleeing the country in the dead of night.

It would be a good thing if the face which wears that evil grin was never seen here again.
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Title Annotation:Editorial; Opinion, Leading articles
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Article Type:Editorial
Date:Mar 18, 2014
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