Clinton McCormack Death – Clinton McCormack, a native of Bray, Ireland, and beloved father has sadly passed away. He was 44 years old at the time of his death. Clinton McCormack was announced dead through a social media publication by his beloved son that read “Rest in peace to the best man that ever walked you have all our harts broke I promise you da I’ll do you proud love to bits till we meet again love you boss man.
It has surfaced that the victim of last week’s shooting in County Wicklow passed away in the hospital. At Bellevue, close to Greystones in County Wicklow, last week, Clinton McCormack was the subject of a shocking four-shot attack. It is now official that Mr. McCormack passed away in the hospital yesterday due to complications from the disease that was later identified as his cause.
According to sources, no one thought Mr. McCormack would survive his wounds from last week’s shooting; but, when he was in the hospital, medical professionals found he had a potentially fatal condition. The victim, 44, was shot as he attempted to escape a shooter last Thursday night after 430 p.m. when night fell. Despite being shot four times—once in the arm, once in the shoulder, and once in each leg—he was predicted to live.
The horrific shooting took place at Bellevue Hill in Delgany, County Wicklow. It is believed that builders are using the property while they construct a new housing development. This is the second time a hit attempt has been made against McCormack.
The gun jammed as convicted rapist Eoghan O’Connell tried to pull the trigger in April 2016, despite O’Connell’s hiring. O’Connell was given a 12-year prison term after he acknowledged attempting to kill McCormack. Police suspect that a well-known criminal ordered the attack, and investigators are currently trying to determine whether this was the case for Thursday’s shooting.
The disagreement is a long-running, personal argument that has been going on for years. Additionally, McCormack’s close associate has been the victim of two consecutive shooting occurrences.