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Former British Spy Inside the IRA Ordered to... - Matthew Aid


Former British Spy Inside the IRA Ordered to... - Matthew Aid: “This information has been provided to me by the office of the Police Ombudsman, Dr Michael Maguire, which is now concluding a painstaking review of all available material.

"A common link across a significant number of potential crimes, including murder, was the alleged involvement of an agent of military intelligence codenamed 'Stakeknife’.”

BBC NI Home Affairs Correspondent Vincent Kearney said the scale of the allegations against Stakeknife and his handlers are said to be colossal.

“Given that some of the allegations concern former members of RUC Special Branch, it is likely that Northern Ireland’s chief constable will ask an outside police force to conduct the investigation,” he said.

Northern Ireland’s Police Ombudsman is investigating the murders of alleged informers by the IRA - and Stakeknife’s alleged role in them.

The director of public prosecutions said Dr Maguire had carried out a “comprehensive review” of material emanating from three investigations carried out by Lord Stevens.

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