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The men are due to appear before the Special Criminal Court in Dublin this morning.Officers from the Garda National Drugs and Organised Crime Bureau carried out the operation this morning leading to the arrests in Dublin and Louth.
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Drug dealers convicted of trafficking huge amounts of cocaine and heroin in one of the biggest crackdowns onhave opened a Chinese takeaway.
Gary Caddis and David Wallis were caught flooding the country withand stripped of dirty money after they were jailed at separate High Court trials.
Now we can reveal the gangland pair are linked to several cafes and fast food outlets – including Changs PR.
Caddis, 38, and Wallis, 42, are directors of the site, which opened last year in Glasgow’s Paisley Road West.
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They have also set up bistro Jist Misto on the same road in Cardonald.
Caddis added Cafe Carrera in Paisley to his portfolio earlier this year. He is the sole director while Wallis is a shareholder in the business.
Theduo were jailed for a total of nine years and nine months after they were targeted by police in Operation Lockdown.
Caddis was locked up for five years and three months in 2009 over his role in an organised crime gang behind a £9million cocaine empire led by associate Stephen Jamieson.
Police managed to gather vital evidence against the pair after planting a listening device inside Jamieson’s house and car.
Caddis, of Cardonald, Glasgow, was forced to forfeit £90,000 after prosecutors were able to prove he had made that amount from crime, although the court heard he was thought to have made more than £138,000 from dealing cocaine. Jamieson, jailed for eight-and-a-half years, gave up £127,000 of dirty money.
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Christian King (pictured) and Henry Dunn, 38, were given nine-year sentences by a judge at Snaresbrook Crown Court in east London, while James Davis, 31, was jailed for four-and-a-half years. King, from Worcester Park in southwest London, denied conspiracy to facilitate unlawful entry into Britain but was found guilty at a trial. 1/3 SLIDES © Provided by Daily Mail Christian King, 38 of, Worcester Park, denied the offence of conspiracy to facilitate unlawful entry into the UK but was convicted following trial on Friday, 22 March.
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It had taken an international manhunt involving law enforcement agencies spanning three continents to catch him. The 50-year-old is suspected by the UK's Serious Organised Crime Agency of being at the heart of a drug money-laundering network shifting up to £1.35bn a year across jurisdictions.
Two other men, Brian McCulloch and Caddis’s brother Steven, were also jailed and forced to each give up more than £100,000.
Meanwhile, Wallis, of Glasgow’s Robroyston, was imprisoned in 2009 for four-and-a-half years at the High Court in Edinburgh after admitting being concerned in the supply of cocaine and heroin and told to give up £103,000.
A source said: “Caddis and Wallis regularly visit the businesses together. You can often see them standing outside the front doors talking on the phone.
“Caddis was Jamieson’s courier before they got jailed. He organised the delivery of consignments to other dealers.
“He’s still close to Jamieson and they regularly meet up for nights out. Not many people operated at the level of drug dealing Caddis and Wallis were involved.”
Operation Lockdown was one of the biggest investigations carried out by Strathclyde Police before the force was replaced by Police Scotland in 2013.
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He is currently detained at Mountjoy Garda Station.Special Crime Operations (SCO) within An Garda Síochána had been investigating the suspected procurement by people associated with organised crime groups of genuine Irish passports through fraudulent means.
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Officers seized £8.8million worth of drugs and almost £500,000 in cash. Accounts for Jist Misto show the bistro’s turnover last year was £189,396 while its outgoings – including staff wages – totalled £188,344, leaving it with an annual profit of just £1051. In 2017, its turnover was £129,395 while it banked an £11,546 profit.
Companies House records state that Jist Misto Ltd dissolved in June but it was still open for business yesterday.
Czech-born David Brudny was also named as a director on official documents.
Jist Misto Trading Ltd was registered in October 2018. Brudny is named as its sole director.
When we tried to contact Caddis and Wallis at the restaurant, a man who identified himself as “David” said: “I’m David and Gary’s business partner. But Gary and David don’t come here.
“I can take a message and pass it on for you.”
Caddis and Wallis failed to get in touch.
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