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For more information please see Department of State Offers Reward for Information to Bring Three Irish Transnational Criminals to Justice – United States Department of State


NAME: Christopher Kinahan, Jr.
DOB: September 24, 1980
POB: Dublin, Ireland
HEIGHT: Unknown
WEIGHT: Unknown

The Kinahan Transnational Criminal Organization (KTCO) was established in Dublin, Ireland, by Christopher Vincent Kinahan in the 1990’s.  Through time, Christopher Vincent incorporated his two sons, Daniel Joseph and Christopher, Jr., into his criminal organization.  After becoming Ireland’s most powerful organized crime group, the KTCO quickly transcended international boundaries.  The KTCO originally distributed South American cocaine and heroin in Ireland, and later to the United Kingdom and throughout mainland Europe.  In addition to narcotics trafficking, the Kinahans have engaged in money laundering, firearms trafficking, and murder.

The KTCO gained notoriety in 2016 when a feud with the rival Hutch drug trafficking gang – also from the inner city of Dublin – led to a shooting attack at a Dublin hotel.  The brazen daytime attack targeted Daniel Kinahan during a weigh-in for an MTK Global (formerly MGM) boxing match and shocked the Irish public.  Although Daniel escaped unharmed, the subsequent and ongoing feud has resulted in 18 homicides, encompassing nearly all members or relatives and associates of the Hutch gang.  The subsequent police response to the gang violence in Ireland led to gang member arrests and caused the KTCO leadership to shift their transnational organized crime operations to the United Kingdom, Spain, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).  According to investigations being conducted by law enforcement agencies in the United States, Ireland, and Great Britain, Kinahan Jr. is currently residing in Dubai furthering the operations of the KTCO international drug smuggling and money laundering operation.  Kinahan Jr. has access to the organization’s funds and the ability to direct illegal proceeds to persons and businesses outside of Dubai, comingling illicit proceeds through various legitimate commercial businesses.

The U.S. Department of State, through the Transnational Organized Crime Rewards Program (TOCRP), offered a REWARD OF UP TO $5 MILLION for information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of Christopher Kinahan, Jr. for participating in transnational organized crime, namely narcotics trafficking and money laundering.  In addition, there is also a reward for information leading to the disruption of financial mechanisms of a transnational organized crime group – the KTCO.

If you have information, please contact the DEA at email KinahanTCOTips@dea.gov regarding any information on Christopher Kinahan, Jr. or the KTCO.  Law enforcement will respond via email with a telephone number to also communicate via WhatsApp or Signal for follow-up communications.  Additionally, if you are located outside of the United States, you can contact the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate.  If in the United States, you may contact the local DEA office in your city.


Government officials and employees are not eligible for rewards.

For more information please see Department of State Offers Reward for Information to Bring Three Irish Transnational Criminals to Justice – United States Department of State

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