Johnny and Nicola Morrissey: Vodka brand founders arrested in bed at gunpoint after being linked to crime cartel

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MADRID, SPAIN: Nicola Morrissey, CEO of Nero Drink Company Limited, and Johnny Morrissey, her husband, were arrested in Spain last week. The report suggests that the Nero Drinks company was just a front for the massive money laundering operations run by Johnny.

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Johnny is linked to 38 murders and is considered a key figure in the Kinahan Cartel, an Irish crime syndicate known for its multi-million dollar drug trafficking operation. Police believe he is known in these circles as “Johnny Cash” and played a major role in the laundering of $18.78 billion over the past 18 months.

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Many celebrities were linked to the millionaire duo. Nicola and her husband recently launched their vodka with a lavish party at the five-star Puente Romano hotel in Marbella. The gladiator-themed party was stunned by performances from fire dancers and acrobats and was entertained by world-class house violinist Quike Navarro. A party regular spoke to The sun“They never did anything halfway. You always knew that if they put on a show, the money was going to be thrown around like confetti.

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During her arrest, Nicola even raised her middle finger as she was taken out by armed Spanish cops. According The sun, US authorities said of Morrissey, who attended Daniel Kinahan’s wedding in Dubai in 2017: “John Morrissey worked for the Kinahan Organized Crime Group for several years, including as an enforcer, and facilitates expeditions international drugs for the organization from South America. He is also involved in money laundering.

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Former CAB officer Felix McKenna said: ‘He fell into a group of criminals who left Ireland after the CAB was formed and made a lot of money overseas and still make a lot of money. money in the drug trade. Let’s hope that these men are all incarcerated in the years to come and locked up for a long time.

The three-page statement, issued by the Civil Guard and published on the official website of the Spanish Interior Ministry, says they have eliminated “the most important international criminal organization operating in Spain dedicated to money laundering”. According to the recent report, Morrissey had been identified as a ‘high-value target’ by Europe’s crime organization. Spanish authorities branded Nero a “front company” after arresting the couple, insisting there was no way to fund their lavish lifestyle.

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In a recent interaction with exclusive life, Nicola said: “All John and I do is provide a happy and safe life for Sean and our family. Like many business couples, John and I sometimes disagree, but we respect each other’s opinions and understand that we are both working towards the same goal.

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