Friday, January 1, 2021

U.K. hitman Steven Boyle attacked in prison

Steven Boyle was found guilty of murder after John Kinsella was shot in the back of the head whilst out walking his dog on May 5, 2018. Boyle, along with shooter Mark Fellows, was jailed for life for his part in the gangland murder. Fellows cycled up behind Kinsella and fired the fatal shots. Boyle was the 'spotter' who helped Fellows carry out the hit. HMP Wakefield, nicknamed 'monster mansion' is home to some of the UK's most notorious criminals.
British runner, cyclist, and mob hitman Mark “Iceman” Fellows, 39, has been convicted for the murders of two rival gangsters. He was busted, in part, because of his GPS watch. He was found guilty by a jury at Liverpool Crown Court of killing organized crime leader Paul “Mr. Big” Massey and his associate John Kinsella.
Cops already suspected Fellows when they came across a photo of him wearing his GPS watch, two months before the murder. Detectives found the device at Fellows’s home and checked its GPS data for files that could link him to the murder. They found the runner had plotted the murders with the same attention and precision of a serious athlete.

He had recorded his recon missions that mapped his escape routes. On January 17, 2019, he was sentenced to life in prison.
The mobster shot Kinsella after learning he'd offered £20,000 for anyone willing to 'cut' Fellows.