They were arrested last week as part of a garda investigation into a Dublin crime feud
Four men have appeared in court charged with conspiracy to murder.
They were arrested as part of a major operation in Dublin’s north inner city by Gardaí investigating the ongoing Hutch-Kinahan feud.
This day last week, Gardaí from Special Crime Operations, assisted by armed Gardaí carried out a number of arrests in Dublin’s north inner city.
Two of them were arrested when Gardaí stopped a car in Marino, and a gun was also seized.
On Saturday, Luke Wilson of Cremona Road, Ballyfermot, Dublin 10 and Joseph Kelly of Kilworth Road, Drimnagh, Dublin 12 were charged with conspiracy to murder a man called Gary Hanley sometime between September 15th and the day of the arrests.
They’re also accused of possession a Beretta handgun with intent to endanger life between those two dates.
Liam Brannigan from Bride Street, Dublin 8 and Alan Wilson of New Street Gardens, Dublin 8 are also charged with conspiring to murder Mr Hanley.
All four were remanded in custody today to appear before Cloverhill District Court on Thursday.