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Catholics accuse UDA of role in attack

Catholic politicians accused Northern Ireland’s largest paramilitary group on Tuesday of involvement in a thwarted bomb attack mounted by a Protestant extremist on the province’s legislature. The Ulster Defense Association, an outlawed anti-Catholic group with an estimated 3,000 members, denied any role in Friday’s attack by Michael Stone, who was arrested and disarmed at the main entrance to the Northern Ireland Assembly. But Catholics said the UDA was the most likely source for the nail bombs found in a bag Stone was carrying. Full Story

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