The isolated cottage where Denis Donaldson was killed has a long history of association with violent Irish politics.
For most of the 1990s, it was owned by Mary Reid, a schoolteacher and activist with the INLA and the Irish Republican Socialist Party.
She used the cottage for political meetings and cultural classes. Ironically, the North’s Special Branch also played a significant role in shaping Mary Reid’s life.
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