James Bond fanatic Denis Donaldson was 'Walter Mitty-type who flaunted double life'
Published 21/09/2016 | 02:30
Denis Donaldson was a member of the IRA's east Belfast 'unit' at the time of one of the worst atrocities in the 30 years of 'Troubles' in Northern Ireland.
Twelve people were incinerated when four 'blast incendiary' bombs exploded in the La Mon Hotel in the eastern outskirts of the city on February 17, 1978.
More than 30 others suffered severe burn injuries.