The Kenova Inquiry has highlighted the infiltration of the IRA by British Intelligence but left families of victims without justice, claims MLA.
The unnamed individuals, who include one police officer and six military personnel, protected the IRA insider who worked for the republican terror outfit’s notorious “Nutting Squad,” interrogating, torturing and murdering suspected informers during The Troubles.
Although his identity has never been officially confirmed, Stakeknife was outed in the press as Freddie Scappaticci in 2003—a claim he consistently denied until his death in April this year aged 76.
Stakeknife is believed to have tortured and killed several people while he was the British Army’s top mole within the terrorist arm of the republican movement. It has been alleged the UK government allowed up to 40 people to be killed by the “Nutting Squad.”
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