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  1. Michael Gaughan (5 October 1949 – 3 June 1974) was a Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) hunger striker who died in 1974 in Parkhurst Prison on the Isle of Wight, England.

  2. Aug 22, 2020 · Less than a fortnight later, on June 3, Michael Gaughan, aged 24, died from pneumonia which set in following the effects of the procedure. Correspondence from Frank Stagg to his brother George confirmed that a force-feeding tube had fractured Michael’s lung. This episode, among others in British prisons, had international scale consequences.

  3. In fact, Michael Gaughan’s last visit with his mother, three days before his death, took place in such circumstances. Because the prisoners were being force-fed, Michael Gaughan’s death, on Monday 3 June 1974, came as a shock. He died from pneumonia; the force-feeding tube having pierced his lung. He was 24 years of age.

  4. Jul 01, 1999 · On 3 June 1974, the prison authorities announced that Michael had died. They later explained that he died from pneumonia, a result of the force-feeding tube having pierced his lung and food lodging in his lung. Michael was 24 years old.

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  6. Aug 18, 2009 · Michael Joseph Gaughan, 43, of Hughestown, passed away at home unexpectedly Sunday evening, August 16, 2009. Born in Plainfield, N.J., he was a son of Joseph and Nettie Decker Gaughan, of Glendale.

    • April 15, 1966
    • August 16, 2009
  7. Sep 30, 2021 · Gaughan opened the Barbary Coast Hotel and Casino in March 1979 at a cost of $11.5 million. He is also the owner of those cacophonous, clanky, slot machines that litter the McCarran International Airport. In 2004, he sold Coast Casinos for $1.3 billion to Boyd Gaming and in July 2006, Michael bought Boyd gaming for an estimated $576 million.

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