Hitman who killed Paul Massey ‘badly cut all over body’ in prison razor attack

Hitman who killed Paul Massey ‘badly cut all over body’ in prison razor attack

February 24, 2019

A hitman nicknamed The Iceman, who gunned down Salford gangster Paul Massey, has been slashed by another lag in a prison attack.

Mark Fellows is serving a whole life term for killing Massey, who was known as Mr Big, and Liverpool gangster John Kinsella in separate executions.

The 38-year-old, sentenced last month and sent to maximum-security HMP Whitemoor, was attacked with a weapon made with a razor blade.

A source said: “He was ­apparently badly cut all over his body.”

The Ministry of Justice said in a statement yesterday: “Prison staff are investigating an incident between two prisoners on Wednesday.”

The alleged attacker has been moved to a segregation unit for his own safety. He will have a hearing before the governor, who will decide his punishment.

Prison sources say Fellows, of Warrington but originally from Salford, was not taken to hospital but treated by medics at the jail in Cambridgeshire.

Fellows has had a price on his head for killing Massey, 55, with an Uzi sub-machine gun outside his home in 2015.

He shot Kinsella as he walked his dogs in Merseyside in May last year — putting a bullet in his head after blasting him to the floor.

He was called The Iceman because of his ability to go calmly about his normal life just after an execution.

Justice William Davis said on ­sentencing: “I have never had to deal with a contract killer of your kind before. There are few judges who have.

“Just punishment in your case requires you to be kept in prison for the rest of your life.”

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