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Cartel thug who dismembered corpse with chainsaw released from jail after just two years - - Ireland - Netherlands - Dublin - city Liverpool - city Amsterdam
Cartel thug who dismembered corpse with chainsaw released from jail after just two years
prison after just two years. Philip County, who has more than 50 previous gardaí convictions in Ireland, walked free from Castlerea Prison in Co Roscommon last Friday - after serving two years behind bars for possession of cocaine and MDMA, according to the Irish Daily Star.The 35-year-old is understood to still be wanted to serve the remainder of a 21-month sentence in the Netherlands for concealing, removing and disposing of the corpse of Dubliner Keith Ennis with a chainsaw in Amsterdam in 2009. READ MORE: First pic of man and woman charged after Liverpool city centre sex video goes viral The feared criminal is understood to have dumped the man's body in a canal, and sources say it is possible that Dutch authorities will now seek County’s extradition - to serve out the remaining eight months he has on that sentence.County, who is originally from Lucan in West Dublin, has been linked to the Kinahan cartel in the past, was sentenced to two years in prison in 2017 for hiding Mr Ennis’s body after the victim was stabbed to death in a Rotterdam apartment. To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here . In 2020 County, who had returned to Ireland and was living in Edgeworthstown, Co Longford, was sentenced to two and a half years in prison after pleading guilty to possession of cocaine and MDMA with a street value of €7,298 (around £6,173).It followed an armed raid at his home in October 2017.
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World Cup of Pundits: Vote for your ultimate football expert as Roy Keane looks to defend title
Gary Lineker actually even a pundit?They're all important questions – and we want YOU to help us answer them over the course of the next month. HAVE YOUR SAY! Who is your favourite football pundit? Let us know in the comments below... In a fiesty final, Roy Keane beat Gary Lineker to the top award last year as crisp fiend Gaz warned ahead of kick-off: “I think Roy Keane will knock me out….even if he wins.”It was, of course, all in good nature though and sadly for Gary the prediction came at least partly true as Keano romped home with a stunning 71% of the vote.Former United enforcer Keane has built a fearsome reputation for himself in punditry, much like he did during his playing days.And he’s yet to let up having had another memorable year which has seen epic rants on topics such as United’s embarrassing defeats to bitter rivals Liverpool, City and, well, just about everyone else really, as well as his accusations that the players at Old Trafford had thrown their previous manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer “under the bus”, to name but a few.Match of the Day's Gary took last year's final defeat in his stride, continually reminding us throughout the tournament: “I’m not a pundit.”Want to be on the ball with all of the latest football news?Well then sign up for the brilliant Daily Star football email newsletter!From the latest transfer news to the agenda-setting stories, get it all in your email inbox - don't miss a thing.It only takes a matter of seconds.Simply type your email address into the box at the top of this article and hit 'subscribe'.And that's it, job done.
Plans for racy Hooters restaurant in Liverpool slammed as 'chauvinistic' by critics - - USA - city Liverpool
Plans for racy Hooters restaurant in Liverpool slammed as 'chauvinistic' by critics
Hooters to open in Liverpool city centre has had a petition launched against it, calling the plans and bar "archaic and chauvinistic".The online petition was launched by angry residents and local government officials who opposed plans for the beer and bar food brand to open up shop on the high street, Liverpool Echo reports.Among the angry responses were the Mayor of Liverpool and Merseyside's Police and Crime Commissioner, with the petition set up by Labour councillor Maria Toolan.It calls on Liverpool Council to deny the licensing application Hooters are seeking out, with a link to the petition shared ahead of a licensing hearing scheduled for February 15.The petition claims that if the bar is given the go-ahead, it will attract a "narrow unwanted demographic" and a rise in anti-social behaviour. The chain is well-known in the US for its beer and bar food, often served by scantily-clad waitresses.Councillor Toolan initially objected to Hooters' proposals in a letter to city centre residents alongside colleague Cllr Nick Small.An online form has also been set up by Toolan for residents to add their names to a list of those opposed to the prospective Hooters plans.The petition says: "Hooters is an archaic and chauvinistic brand and this type of venue is no longer reflective of today's society."Hooters employs women to promote its business activities in an exploitative manner, it demeans and degrades women and undermines female equality."We believe it will attract interest from a narrow unwanted demographic and will cause increased anti-social behaviour."We have the support of our Mayor, Police Commissioner, MPs, and local residents and we hope we can rely on yours.
Glam mum to expand 'empowering' strip club empire – and it's on way to London - - Britain - London - USA - city Liverpool
Glam mum to expand 'empowering' strip club empire – and it's on way to London
the UK’s largest strip club in Liverpool city centre - and now she’s expanding to London.The former model isn’t what you’d imagine your typical strip club owner to look like.While strip clubs usually have the perception of being seedy, the 34-year-old is working to change that view with her "empowering" club Rude.She's pioneered a new type of gentlemen's club with Rude being female-run and led, and she personally takes responsibility for the dancers, ensuring they're all comfortable, confident and feel empowered.After running the Liverpool-based club for 11 years, the mum now has her eyes set on England’s capital.Amy has received so much interest from customers, clubs and dancers that she feels that it's the natural next step for herself and the club.Amy explained: “Since opening Rude in 2010 and being shocked and appalled at how girls in the industry were treated, I have made it my mission to ensure all dancers are treated with the utmost respect and have confidence in themselves.“My role within the club is to focus solely on the girls, empowering them, making them feel at ease with embracing themselves as a woman, feeling sexy and confident is super empowering."It’s my duty to ensure the girls earn good money for their dancing which is something that they all love to do.”The dancers are always put first and there has been thousands invested into beautiful changing rooms for the dancers.Amy has also made sure they always have work, pivoting to American style stage shows within the club during the pandemic.She added: “After nearly 12 years as a female strip club owner Rude has become an institution in Liverpool and because it’s the biggest strip club in the UK, it’s attracted so many girls from London.“We have a lot of