Two face trial in gangland murder case
A SECOND man has appeared in court following the gangland murders of Paul Massey and John Kinsella.
Steven Boyle, 35, shook his head and exclaimed: “I’ve got nothing to hide,” as he was read the charges of murder and attempted murder following his arrest on Monday.
He was given a police escort to court by armed officers, who closed off several roads in Liverpool.
Boyle, of Heywood, Gtr Manchester stood in the dock at Liverpool Magistrates’ Court yesterday as his co-accused Mark Fellows, 37, appeared via video link.
It comes after Mr Massey, known as Salford’s ‘Mr Big’, was shot dead outside his home in 2015.
Kinsella ( above), an associate of Massey’s, died after being shot by a man on a bicycle while walking his dog last month.
It is expected the pair will be sent for a full murder trial at Liverpool Crown Court.
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