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This review is from: MRF Shadow Troop: The untold true story of top secret British military intelligence undercover operations in Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1972-1974 (Kindle Edition)
I had to give this one star as you are not allowed to give zero. A pile of dung with the author [sic] not even prepared to do a bit or research in order to make the book that bit believable. There is a book called Lost Lives and a very detailed website called the CAIN website that go into great detail and list all of those killed during the NI conflict, they also give the circumstances of their deaths. Quite a lot of the incidents in this book simply didn't happen.
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Initial post: 19 Nov 2013 14:31:33 GMT
having read a half page in a Sunday newspaper and having served a total of seven years in NI between 1969 to 1988, this is pure fantasy and an embarrassment to all the soldiers who served, he should be forced to provide ANY proof other than his imagination to having had any covert role in NI
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