Irish Police Readying To Issue Life Threatening Warning To Conor McGregor, As Threat Escalates

Though UFC President Dana White seems to think that all will be fine in the case of Conor McGregor vs. the Irish mafia, one crime expert familiar with the Kinahan gang is speaking out with what he knows on the subject, and it’s reportedly not all good. According to the criminal analyst, Irish police are readying to issue Conor McGregor with a warning, that his life is in real jeopardy.

This storyline continues to spiral out of control for the UFC star, and instead of dying down, this thing continues to breath more and more life.

With a reported price tag of $900k on the Irish mega-star’s head, for his recent altercations with members of Ireland’s Kinahan gang, infamous crime reporter Paul Williams reveals what he’s been told, including information that Conor McGregor may have secretly left Ireland as a preemptive move towards retaining his safety.

Here’s what Paul Williams reports:

“I have to say about this, and I’m wearing my old, veteran crime reporter hat. Conor McGregor is in a very dangerous place at the moment. He has come into conflict through probably no fault of his own, with a group of very, very dangerous people who are tied up with the Kinahans. These people do not care who Conor McGregor is, what he stands for, how powerful he is, they will drag him down into the cesspit.”

“I would say, in the next 48 hours, if he still in the country – and I understand that he may have left the country – but if he is still in the country, I understand from my sources that the Garda will be approaching him to give him a GIM form, which is a Garda Information Message, to tell him that there may be threats to his safety. This is a huge story, and imagine what it would do to our reputation if this national sporting icon is attacked by a bunch of gangsters.

“I just want to make a comment about this. Conor McGregor is potentially in very, very serious danger, I hear that from my sources and from looking at the lay of the land. He has ended up crossing swords- accidentally or however – with some very, very heavy people, or some people who are related to some very, very heavy people who could pose a very serious threat to his safety, and potentially his life. And I don’t say that lightly.”

“And these people, you have to remember – as I keep saying – they don’t care, they don’t have parameters, they don’t have boundaries, they don’t discriminate between whether you’re an international sporting icon or just a man on the street. They shoot you, they injure you, they do whatever they want to do.

“I think it’s extraordinary. And I think in the next 24-48 hours, I believe that An Garda Síochána will be approaching Conor McGregor and saying to him, ‘By the way, we just want to officially inform you that potentially your safety is at risk’.

“I think it’s an extraordinary state of affairs. And watch this space.”

Earlier today, MMAImports was the first media outlet to get a party close to the incidents to break their silence on the matter. Though speaking in anonymity, this is what they told us about the situation with Conor McGregor.

“The guy Conor punched at the Black Forge Inn is named Ryan,” said the anonymous insider. “Ryan has two very important friends around here in two brothers named the Timmins brothers.”

“The Timmins brothers have been messing with Conor’s longtime friend named Andy, Andy is also involved with the Kinahan gang too,” he continued.

“A lot of people don’t know this, and no one is really talking about it, but Conor already had a run-in with the Timmins brothers a couple of weeks ago, and he beat them both up pretty handily, over his loyalty to Andy. Andy was present for this first incident, and well [pauses], I say it was a beating, but it wasn’t like he hospitalized the brothers or anything. Andy was involved in the scuffle too. They won, the Timmins lost, but it wasn’t really bad.

“So back to Sunday night, Ryan was at the pub and he was talking shit and defending the Timmins brothers, and that’s why Conor beat him up too, on Sunday night.

“While scuffling with Ryan, Conor also hit the father of Graham Whelan. Now, Whelan has a reputation. He’s supposedly a hitman for the Kinahan gang and not someone to be taken lightly.

“Are you following this, because I’m only going to say it once,” our insider said.

“This shit’s crazy. So, Conor is beating up Kinahan gang members, in defense of his friend Andy who is also affiliated with Kinahan.

“That’s really Conor’s saving grace, because these issues are not going to divide the Kinahan gang. They’re too strong of an organization for that. And though Conor is fighting with Kinahan guys, he’s doing it for Andy, a Kinahan guy.

“Now, it is possible that Graham will not be able to let Conor’s assault of his dad go without some sort of payment. And though it appears as if Conor struck Graham’s dad by accident, Graham has a reputation for just not giving a fuck, and could try some recourse.

“But will Graham pull rank and try to go after Conor? I don’t know. From what I know, if anyone is going to make Conor pay for what is going on, it won’t be Graham, it will be Graham’s boss, and it will likely involve money and not much else.”

“Conor is pretty loved around here, so it’s hard to say what’s next. But, that’s the story. That’s all I know.”

The above statements from veteran criminal reporter Paul William’s came via a radio show called Newstalk Breakfast, from Wednesday morning’s broadcast.

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