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Terrorist Hunt Leads To Irish Immigrants

When Ciaran Ferry walked out the rusting gates of Northern Ireland’s most notorious jail four years ago, he never expected to see the inside of a prison cell again. Ferry, a member of the paramilitary Irish Republican Army, had served just over a third of his 22-year sentence for conspiracy to commit murder and arms offenses. Along with more than 400 other paramilitary prisoners, the 28-year-old was granted early release from the Maze prison as part of the Good Friday peace accord, the U.S.-brokered political agreement that ended three decades of violence in Northern Ireland. Full Story

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