Jonathan Adair (born 27 October 1963), better known as Johnny Adair or Mad Dog Adair, is an Ulster loyalist and the former leader of the "C Company".
The UVF struck back on 21 August, killing two of Adair's allies, Jackie Coulter and.
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Samuel "Skelly" McCrory (born 22 March 1965) is a former member of the Ulster Defence Association (UDA), an Ulster loyalist paramilitary organisation. In 2008 he came out as gay, and a gay activist.
involvement in a gun attack on a bar in August 2000 at the start of a loyalist feud with the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF).
The Prime Minister said interventions from Westminster were no substitute for the restoration of the power-sharing administration at Stormont.
Nov 24, 2018.
The group's leader Arlene Foster, speaking in 2016. On LGBT+ people. I am pretty repulsed by gay and lesbianism. I think it is wrong.
In Northern Ireland, as in Scotland, the change in the law that would spare gay.
UVF I think. When I looked up his Facebook page, he had used my brother-in-law’s [former PUP leader David.
Openly gay, he is known to have attempted to identify.
This is the disgraced former youth group leader who has been jailed after being caught on video committing a lewd sex act in front of.
Many Ulster Protestants feared being governed by a Catholic-majority parliament in Dublin and Many UVF members enlisted with the British Army's 36th (Ulster) Division and went to fight on the Western.
Oct 4, 2008.
Speaking last week from exiled loyalist leader Adair's flat in Troon, west Scotland, McCrory insisted that a real-life incident involving him helped.
Mr. Garland has written a biography of Gusty Spence, a leader within the UVF in.
sympathetic to gay and lesbian rights, they are less sympathetic to domestic.
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There was increased confusion yesterday over the activities of Protestant paramilitary groups supposedly on ceasefire after a loyalist politician admitted a substantial bomb factory uncovered by.
Mar 7, 2019.
Samuel “Skelly” McCrory was a UDA terror chief who served time in Maze.
the first Ulster paramilitary to publicly out himself as a gay man.
May 3, 2015.
A gay Ulster Unionist worker has left the party over its pact with the.
UUP leader Mike Nesbitt.
He is from a strong military family: his grandfather was killed with old UVF colleagues in the Ulster Division in the First World.
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The then Northern Ireland secretary, Peter Mandelson, sent him back to prison during the feud between the UFF and UVF which claimed.
Unionist Party deputy leader Peter Robinson said the UFF.
Ulster Volunteer Force leader Gusty Spence was convicted of one. The original UVF was stood down at the end of the First World War, after losing thousands of men on the battlefield of the Somme.
Aug 28, 2015.
McClure is himself implied to be gay – he shows Victor photographs of.
As Gusty Spence said of the the mid-70s UVF leadership, “I don't think.
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IRA stalling on arms, says report – The commission concluded: "Given the conditions the IRA, UVF and UFF say they require before.
The Ulster Unionist leader said he would only seek re-election to the post in the Assembly in.
A man widely named as the leader of the east Belfast Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) took part in talks with senior police officers about a controversial loyalist bonfire, the BBC understands.
Northern Ireland back under direct rule – However in a clear indication of what it could take for devolution to be restored, Ulster Unionist leader David Trimble.
by the representatives of the UVF on the one side and the UDA on the.
Many UVF men joined the 36th Ulster Division of the British Army and died in large numbers during the Battle of the Somme in The new UVF opposed the liberal reforms being introduced by PM O'Neill.