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Talks about the inner workings of one of the most successful crime-fighting units in the world - Ireland's Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB). This book tells the story of how CAB officers have travelled the world, tracking down the robbers and brothel bosses. It also deals with the Bureau's operations against, the Monk, the Cork and Limerick gangs. Talks about the inner workings of one of the most successful crime-fighting units in the world - Ireland's Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB). This book tells the story of how CAB officers have travelled the world, tracking down the robbers and brothel bosses. It also deals with the Bureau's operations against, the Monk, the Cork and Limerick gangs.


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Talks about the inner workings of one of the most successful crime-fighting units in the world - Ireland's Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB). This book tells the story of how CAB officers have travelled the world, tracking down the robbers and brothel bosses. It also deals with the Bureau's operations against, the Monk, the Cork and Limerick gangs. Talks about the inner workings of one of the most successful crime-fighting units in the world - Ireland's Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB). This book tells the story of how CAB officers have travelled the world, tracking down the robbers and brothel bosses. It also deals with the Bureau's operations against, the Monk, the Cork and Limerick gangs.

30 review for The Untouchables: Ireland's Criminal Assets Bureau and Its War on Organised Crime

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ria

    A fascinating account of the events leading upto the setting up of Ireland's Criminal Assets Bureau and the subsequent struggles to fight against the organised crime fraternity and underworld mob bosses, a definitive history of modern gangsters and crime lords of Ireland with in depth background into the major crime players and if and how they were eventually caught out. A great read and a fascinating insight into a life of crime and how for a time the criminals eluded the law. A fascinating account of the events leading upto the setting up of Ireland's Criminal Assets Bureau and the subsequent struggles to fight against the organised crime fraternity and underworld mob bosses, a definitive history of modern gangsters and crime lords of Ireland with in depth background into the major crime players and if and how they were eventually caught out. A great read and a fascinating insight into a life of crime and how for a time the criminals eluded the law.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Frankie Gallagher

    I thought this book was very well researched...I don't think that Paul William is a good writer tho, a lot of spelling mistakes, I had to re-read sentences several times to try and figure out what the author was trying to get across but i found it this book very interesting. I thought this book was very well researched...I don't think that Paul William is a good writer tho, a lot of spelling mistakes, I had to re-read sentences several times to try and figure out what the author was trying to get across but i found it this book very interesting.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Triona

    real eye opener.

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    Scary...

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