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Data may be incomplete. Whilst at Albany Prison, Gaughan requested political status; this was refused, and he was then put in solitary confinement.
The prisoners' demands were as follows. British policy at this time was to force feed hunger strikers. After visiting Michael in jail, his brother John described his condition: "His throat had been badly cut by force feeding and his teeth loosened.
His eyes were sunken, his cheeks hollow and his mouth was gaping open. He weighed about six stone. The last time he was force-fed was the night before his death on Sunday 2 June.
After a hunger strike that lasted 64 days, he died on Monday 3 June , aged 24 years old. The cause of his death was disputed.
The British government stated that he died of pneumonia; the Gaughan family stated that he died after prison doctors injured him fatally when food lodged in a lung punctured by a force-feeding tube.
Gaughan's death caused controversy in English medical circles, as some forms of treatment can be classed as assault if given without the express permission of the patient.
The timing of his death came just one week after the British Government had capitulated to the demands of the loyalist Ulster Workers' Council strike.
However, these promises were reneged on by the British government. Michael Gaughan left a final message: .
I die proudly for my country and in the hope that my death will be sufficient to obtain the demands of my comrades.
Let there be no bitterness on my behalf, but a determination to achieve the new Ireland for which I gladly die. My loyalty and confidence is to the IRA and let those of you who are left carry on the work and finish the fight.
His death is referenced in the song Take me Home to Mayo , also known as The Ballad of Michael Gaughan , composed by Seamus Robinson and performed and recorded by many Irish musicians including Christy Moore , the Wolfe Tones and Derek Warfield and the Dublin City Ramblers.
Gaughan's body was initially removed from London and on Friday, 7 June, and on Saturday, 8 June , over 3, mourners lined the streets of Kilburn and marched behind his coffin, which was flanked by an IRA honour guard, to a Requiem Mass held in the Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
On Saturday, his body was transported to Dublin , where again it was met by mourners and another IRA guard of honour who brought it to the Adam and Eve's Franciscan church on Merchant's Quay , where thousands filed past as it lay in state.
The following day, his body was removed to Ballina, County Mayo. Two years later he got his license and became a qualified casino operator.
After several years of successful management, Michael expanded his kingdom to a second hotel, the Gold Coast Hotel and Casino, in , and then in opened The Orleans, while in he opened the Orleans Arena, a multi-purpose venue, used mostly by sports teams, which includes the ice hockey team the Las Vegas Wranglers, and basketball team UNLV Rebels.
Little by little his casino kingdom was expanding and in he opened another hotel and casino, Suncoast Hotel and Casino, which only further increased his wealth.
To speak further of his business endeavors, Michael also owned 1, slot machine found at the McCarran International Airport, Las Vegas, a lucrative source of income.
Thanks to his success, Michael was inducted into the Gaming Hall of Fame inMichael Gaughan war ein provisorischer Hungerstreikender der irischen republikanischen Armee, der im Parkhurst-Gefängnis auf der Isle of Wight in England starb. Michael Gaughan (5. Oktober - 3. Juni ) war ein Hungerstreikender der Provisorischen Irischen Republikanischen Armee (IRA), der. Sehen Sie sich das Profil von Michael Gaughan auf LinkedIn an, dem weltweit größten beruflichen Netzwerk. 3 Jobs sind im Profil von Michael Gaughan. Sehen Sie sich das Profil von Michael Gaughan auf LinkedIn an, dem weltweit größten beruflichen Netzwerk. 7 Jobs sind im Profil von Michael Gaughan.