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A shameless killer jailed for life for two gangland executions says he hopes he gets cancer, rather than dying of old age behind bars.
Mark Fellows was part of a drugs gang involved in a turf war in Manchester that later spilled over to the Costa del Sol.
He was found guilty in February 2019 for the murders of Paul Massey and John Kinsella. He is one of only 70 people in the UK to have been handed a whole-life term. He says that he would be ready to kill again in prison because he has nothing to lose.
And now he is ready to tell his story in a series of letters due to be published in the true crime book Salford Lads.
In the letters, he brags about firing his Uzi sub-machine gun at drug gang “Mr Big” Paul Massey to make him dance “like they do in cowboy films ” before firing four bullets into his chest.
He also boasts of making Massey’s mob fixer John Kinsella “cry on the floor” as he killed him and jokes about nearly killing a police officer whose beat took him too close to a gangland ambush.
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In unemotional, matter-of-fact terms Fellows told the Sunday Mirror about murdering Massey: “I parked my van in the estate, my bike was in the back. I had my mountain bike gear on.
"I rode to near Paul Massey’s house and put my bike in the bushes.
"I got to the church, changed into the army gear and put a false beard on. I was laying in the churchyard, Massey’s house in front of me.
“I parked my van in the estate, my bike was in the back. I had my mountain bike gear on.
"I rode to near Paul Massey’s house and put my bike in the bushes."
He explains how he donned a disguise before opening fire: "I got to the church, changed into the army gear and put a false beard on. I was laying in the churchyard, Massey’s house in front of me.
“He saw me, so I shot at him from across the road, but missed. When I crossed over, he was behind the bins, hiding. I was playing games with him, shooting at his feet like they do in cowboy films.
“That’s why he got shot in his foot and that’s why so many bullets were fired. He tried to make it to his front door, so I put one in his chest. He hit the floor, out cold. I didn’t want to get close, so stood back and shot four times at his head.
“I missed and my clip had run out, so I made my way home. If I’d have got close… I’d have hit his head and he wouldn’t have been able to make any phone calls, but at least he is dead.”
Massey managed to place a 999 call and begged for an ambulance but was dead before paramedics could be sent.
Fellows has no regrets about his life of crime: “If I need to, I can kill again if people try things. I am not a**ed about my appeal,” she says. “If someone tries anything in here and I see them coming, then I can do what I want and can’t get no extra time.
“I will be 40 years old soon, only another 60 to go until I am released. Ha ha ha! Knowing me I will live until I am 100 or more.
He says he has to desire to reach old age: “I hope I have only got a couple of years to do. I hope I get cancer soon, so I don’t have to see these walls for a long time.”
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