CAB case against Kinahan cartel lieutenant Ross Browning to be heard in October

Kinahan cartel lieutenant Ross Browing faces a High Court hearing in October as the Criminal Assets Bureau seeks to rob him of his property.

A hearing today heard the case, which first started in July 2020 and could take two days of court time.

The court had previously heard that a new party wanted to be added to the case to sell the estate of Browning’s grandfather, “Mr. Conway”, who passed away in March 2018.

At that hearing it emerged that it was Mr Conway’s wish to bequeath the property to his daughter Julie Conway, the mother of Ross Browning.

CAB intends to strip him of his estate, which includes a 3-acre private estate in Garristown, County Dublin, on which he has built paddocks and a riding arena.

The cases against Browning, who failed to appear at this week’s hearing, also include two separate houses and locations in Rush, north Co Dublin.

The fitness fanatic Browning has posed as an ordinary gym owner, maintaining an address in the Hardwicke Street flats where he grew up.

He followed a spiritual guru, Dr. Robert O’Young, and led a zen vegan life and even attended an RTE’s Fittest Families show in 2016 that was cancelled.

A prime target for both the CAB and the Garda Drugs and Organized Crime Bureau for years, Browning is suspected of being one of the oldest members of the Kinahan cartel in Ireland.

The case against Browning is part of the massive ongoing effort to bring down the Kinahans, which recently saw five people, including Daniel and his father Christy, placed on the US sanctions list.

It was also revealed that 600 people associated with the Kinahans, including many in the professional boxing world, will be denied entry to the United States. CAB case against Kinahan cartel lieutenant Ross Browning to be heard in October

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