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'Now I want to help kids': Hardman Paul 'One Punch' Doyle freed from drugs sentence

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A 'reformed' Salford gangster known as One Punch Doyle has been released from prison on licence after serving half of a 16-year prison sentence for plotting to flood the north west with drugs.

Paul Doyle, 64, now back in Salford after living the high life in Altrincham before his most recent conviction, has vowed to use his newfound freedom to steer young people away from crime.

He was jailed in 2015 for plotting to flood the north with vast quantities of heroin, cocaine, cannabis and amphetamines worth £300m. READ MORE : Tesla wrecked in spate of crashes as heavy rain causes chaos on roads Doyle used his ill-gotten gains to pay for a comfortable life in a leafy suburb where he raised eleven children in a £800,000 home.

His well-to-do neighbours on Wainwright Road, Altrincham, had little idea about the Salford hardman in their midst - until the police came knocking in 2014.

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