Police ombudsman Nuala O’Loan is expected to recommend that charges be brought against a number of former Special Branch officers in the North as a result of an investigation that showed loyalist informers were allowed to commit murder.
O’Loan’s report, which is expected to be published within weeks, relates to allegations that UVF leader Mark Haddock was allowed to carry out more than a dozen murders between 1991 and 2003 while he was...
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