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I haven't played Chinatown Wars, but if this is indeed the name of the gang in question, could we get it capitalised? Samadriel 01:35, 12 July 2009 (UTC)
- Done. Masterpogihaha 12:50, 31 July 2009 (UTC)
Uhm, sorry Gta-mysteries, but you moved it not to the completely correct name. That "-" shouldn't be there... :) -- Master Sima Yi 17:59, July 4, 2010 (UTC)
- Thanks man. :P -- Master Sima Yi 18:02, July 4, 2010 (UTC)
The McReary Mob and the Irish American Killers are two different gangs.
- I haven't been thorough about it, but the only instance I've seen where "Killer" is used is during "Jackin' Chan", and it presumably refers only to Irish assassins sent out to kill Chan Jaoming, which is where the confusion in the name might come from. One such example of the word's use can be seen here. - ZS 03:03, October 8, 2010 (UTC)
I think there just called the mcreary family packie calls them the mcreary's in the mission "harboring a grudge" during the car ride.
There called the McReary's in "Harboring a Grudge" there a mob family like the pegorino's, ancelott's, gambetti's etc...just irish instead of italian.
Just in case anyone still interested, the name Irish-American Killers isn't made up and used in Chinatown Wars on the turf map. The name McReary Family is also used in police database, on Michael Keane and Gordon Sargent pages. It still can be just name of family and not criminal organisation, since the McRearies records all saying "Irish-American Criminals" (with capital letters), which can be the real name of the gang according to the LCPD. Orto Dogge (talk) 15:13, March 10, 2014 (UTC)