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Belfast fear for missing loyalist

A Belfast Ulster Unionist councillor urged Protestant clergy yesterday to resign from the Loyalist Commission, which aims at curbing loyalist violence, if the Ulster Defence Association refuses to reveal what has happened to the missing Shankill loyalist Alan McCullough. Mr McCullough, 21, a close associate of the expelled UDA leader Johnny “Mad Dog” Adair, fled to England after being caught up in an internal UDA feud. He returned a fortnight ago, believing he was no longer under threat. He was last seen on Wednesday night when he was picked up for a meeting with senior loyalists. Full Story

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