How a key German mole nearly wrecked the INLA
Terror group was penetrated at the highest level by a secret agent. Ian Cobain and Allan Hall in Berlin investigate
THE procession of cars made its way through a council housing estate in Dundalk and turned into a narrow cul-de-sac. Their occupants, men in their thirties and forties, clambered out, strode up the driveway of a bungalow at the end of the street and went through the front door.
In a back room, these men dispensed with pleasantries and came straight to their deadly business: fine-tuning the strategy of the INLA.