Tuesday June 2, 2020

Loyalist killer to be quizzed over 1971 bombing

A former loyalist paramilitary who admits working as an agent for the British Army is to be interviewed as part of two inquiries by the Police Ombudsman and the Historical Enquiries Team.

12th May, 2007

A former loyalist paramilitary who admits working as an agent for the British Army is to be interviewed as part of two inquiries by the Police Ombudsman and the Historical Enquiries Team.

John Black, who told The Sunday Business Post earlier this year that he and his army handlers took part in the murder of six Catholic men in the New Lodge area of Belfast in 1973, is currently living outside Ireland.

In recent weeks, investigators...

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