Confessions from the grave will shock political leaders in London and Dublin
The Sunday World today publishes the most damning indictment of Britain’s undercover role in Ulster’s ‘dirty war’.
UDA top ‘Intelligence Officer’ and notorious double agent Brian Nelson was run by what he called ‘BMI’ – British Military Intelligence.
Now, from the grave, we have Nelson’s own handwritten files – a dead man talking.
And we reveal today how supertout Nelson set up:
EIGHT people for murder.
Targeted THIRTY-EIGHT more for UDA death squads.
Was involved in two more attempted murders.
And, crucially, all the time during the Troubles, was run by British army spooks – who not only helped set up, but sanctioned the blood-letting.
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