Episode 550: The life and death of heroin kingpin Tony Felloni Image

Episode 550: The life and death of heroin kingpin Tony Felloni

24 April - 28 mins
Podcast Series Crime World

The heroin dealer who was dubbed King Scum because he flooded Dublin with the drug in the 1980s and 1990s has died aged 81.

Notorious Tony Felloni passed away after a heart attack in a hospital more than 13 years after he was released from a 20 year jail term.

Nicola speaks to Niall Donald about the life and crimes of Tony Felloni.

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28 mins

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