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19,544. Summer 2004 and a murder which shocks the country. A middle-aged couple are shot dead in their bungalow in a quiet seaside town on the east coast. More shocking still, it has the hallmarks of a gangland execution. The hunt for the killers is to lead detectives to an organised crime gang built on drugs and held together by violence. The number one murder suspect the seemingly untouchable gang leader Colin Gunn, overlord of a tough council estate. (Gangs UK: Nottingham & Murder Cases) Real Crime with Mark Austin: Gunn Law
19,545. This is Nottingham’s Bestwood Estate ... Colin and David Gunn ran this place ... The Gunns held the estate in a vice-like grip with a mixture of gratitude and fear. (Gangs UK: Nottingham & Murder Cases) ibid.
19,546. During the investigation of the Bestwood gang Nottingham police quickly discovered that a sickening suspicion was becoming a reality: that corrupt colleagues were working for Colin Gunn’s organised crime network, and feeding back damaging information – information that was putting lives at risk. (Gangs UK: Nottingham & Murder Cases) ibid.
19,547. Police seized large quantities of cocaine, heroin and ecstasy tablets. (Gangs UK: Nottingham & Murder Cases) ibid.
106,013. These men are drug dealing bouncers. This man is the drugs trafficker who supplies them. They control the drugs trade in an English city. They thought they were untouchable. World in Action: Wayne’s World, ITV 2007, Donal Macintyre
106,014. Wayne Hardy runs a network that dominates the drugs trade in the Midlands. ibid.
106,015. Some of the doormen themselves are taking illegal steroids. ibid.
106,016. This man who promises peace and protection to these clubs is the very man who supplies the drugs that can turn his doormen into raging bulls. ibid.
106,017. If you wanted to buy drugs the place to ask was at the door. ibid.