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Tale of Espionage Marks a ‘Bizarre’ Turn in N. Ireland

For a quarter-century, Denis Donaldson moved among the elite of Northern Ireland’s republican movement. A small man with glasses and thinning hair, he looked more like a bureaucrat than a guerrilla fighter. But his revolutionary credentials were impeccable, starting with a 1971 conviction for plotting to blow up British government buildings and a four-year stint in the infamous Maze prison. A photo from that time shows him in the prison with his arm draped over the shoulder of cellmate Bobby Sands, the Irish Republican Army icon who died on a hunger strike in 1981. Full Story

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