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Dead Men Talking

Collusion, Cover-Up and Murder in Northern Ireland's Dirty War

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Dead Men Talking by Nicholas Davies
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Following the revelations of the secret conspiracy between British Military Intelligence and the gunmen of the Ulster Defence Association in Ten-Thirty-Three, Nicholas Davies now dramatically reveals the evidence and facts that the Sir John Stevens Inquiry is still trying to establish regarding links between the security services and loyalist terrorist groups. In Dead Men Talking, Davies exclusively details the covert killing operations planned, organised and carried through by the RUC Special Branch and MI5, as well as by the British Army's covert intelligence organisation, the Force Research Unit. He provides new evidence on the killings that were authorised at the highest level of MI5 and the British Government, and carried out by loyalist terror groups. Davies also reveals the existence of a hitherto unknown secret intelligence unit operating under MI5 and examines its role in the government's undercover operation. Davies traces the work carried out by the legendary 'Steak Knife', the British super-spy who infiltrated the highest echelons of the Provisional IRA and passed their secrets to MI5 over a 30-year period. For the first time, Davies gives details of Steak Knife's extraordinary life, reveals some of the Provo bombings and shootings which he thwarted, and details vital secrets he passed to British Intelligence. Dead Men Talking uncovers the true story of the murder of Belfast solicitor Patrick Finucane, of UDA gunman William Stobie and the subsequent murders of others allegedly involved. Ten-Thirty-Three provided dramatic evidence for the Stevens Inquiry. Now, once again, Davies provides more extraordinary material for the inquiry team to investigate.

Author Biography

In the past ten years, Nicholas Davies has written some twenty-four books, many revealing the dramas, the intrigue and the facts of the 'Dirty War' behind Northern Ireland's recent troubled history.
Release date NZ
May 1st, 2005
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Mainstream Publishing
Pages
224
Dimensions
129x198x14
ISBN-13
9781840189476
Product ID
1662701

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