Armed police outside court as two men face murder charges over deaths of gangland ‘Mr Big’ Paul Massey and underworld fixer John Kinsella

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 an a police escort to the courthouse by armed officers, who closed off several roads in Liverpool.

Boyle, of Heywood, Greater Manchester , stood in the dock at Liverpool Magistrates Court today as his co-accused Mark Fellows, 37, appeared via video link.

It comes after Massey, known as Salford’s ‘Mr Big’, was shot dead outside his home in the city in 2015. Manchester’s most notorious gangster Paul Massey (left) and his alleged enforcer John Kinsella (right) Manchester’s most notorious gangster Paul Massey (left) and his alleged enforcer John Kinsella (right) Armed police outside Liverpool Magistrates Court this morning ahead of Boyle’s hearing Armed police outside Liverpool Magistrates Court this morning ahead of Boyle’s hearing Police close off a main road in Liverpool as an armed convoy brings the two men to court Police close off a main road in Liverpool as an armed convoy brings the two men to court

Kinsella, an associate of Massey’s, […]

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