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Hickey

An imperfection in printing, usually resulting from dirt or dust on the printer.
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Hickey was lucky to have a wife who refused to accept the grim prognosis from doctors after he suffered a heart attack in December 1986, when the couple were living in Denver.
He pointed to the 'closeness' of Mr Hickey to Michael Carroll, who had been the best man at the wedding of the Hickeys.
Hickey solicitor Susie Labinjoh said: "They are devastated.
A gunman armed with a Heckler and Koch P7 sub-machine gun blasted little Christian Hickey and his mother Jayne after she had answered a knock on the window of their suburban home.
"The prosecution case is that what happened that night was a plan to kill - in all probability Chris Hickey was the target - but something went wrong."
The Hickeys were expecting their daughter returning from a swimming lesson when Mrs Hickey answered the door to find Thomasson asking: "Is your husband in?" She replied: "One sec," and went to close the door but a second man appeared from behind her husband's van and opened fire.
I have Robinson and Vincent Hickey were given life sentences.
A lawyer for the Hickeys said after the ruling: 'The men are extremely disappointed.
Thomas Hickey Snr, 72, and 38-year-old Jeremiah Hickey, were found guilty last December of conspiring to defraud the Ministry of Agriculture.
WORCESTER Thomas Albert Hickey, 84, of Worcester, died Tuesday, April 8, 2008 at the Jewish Healthcare Center.