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Six Held Over N.Irish Feud Killings

Six people have been arrested in England and Northern Ireland in connection with the killing of paramilitary boss John Gregg in a feud between Protestant guerrillas, police said on Tuesday. Ulster Defense Association “brigadier” Gregg and footsoldier Robert Carson were shot dead in an ambush near Belfast docks in February at the height of a turf war between former UDA chief Johnny “Mad Dog” Adair and the rest of the organization. “In a joint operation with Greater Manchester Police, the Police Service of Northern Ireland today arrested three people in connection with the murders of Mr. John Gregg and Mr. Robert Carson,” said a police spokeswoman in Belfast. “The arrests were made in Bolton following a search operation as part of the ongoing investigation into the murders.” Full Story

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