Britain’s Army Of Serial Killers In Ireland 


Joint footpatrol of British UDA terrorists and British Army soldiers Joint footpatrol of British UDA terrorists and British Army soldiers, British Occupied North of Ireland, 1970s

In the late 1980s and early ‘90s British terrorist groups in the north-east of Ireland began to justify their attacks on the Irish nationalist population in the contested region – and elsewhere – by briefing the domestic and international news media with intelligence information supplied to them by the UK’s “security forces”. Literally thousands of documents from British military and police sources were produced by the UDA-UFF , UVF and other terror factions naming individuals and locations targeted by so-called “Loyalist” gunmen and bombers. In essence these organisations were stating in public what was long accepted in private: that they were functioning as an integral part of Britain’s counter-insurgency war against the (Provisional) Irish Republican Army and the communities which supported it.

Under pressure at home and from overseas, notably from the governments in Dublin…

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