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COUNTER-GANGS: A history of undercover military units in Northern Ireland 1971-1976

COUNTER-GANGS: A history of undercover military units in Northern Ireland 1971-1976

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A new report published by Spinwatch and the Pat Finucane Centre traces the roots of this covert relationship to the earliest days of the Northern Ireland conflict.

COUNTER-GANGS: A history of undercover military units in Northern Ireland 1971-1976 shows how the application of colonial counter-insurgency theory led to the recruitment of paramilitaries by plain-clothes army units in the early 1970s.

The author of COUNTER-GANGS, Margaret Urwin is secretary of Justice for the Forgotten, an arm of the Pat Finucane Centre which works with victims of cross-border bombings in the 1970s.
A new report published by Spinwatch and the Pat Finucane Centre traces the roots of this covert relationship to the earliest days of the Northern Ireland conflict.

COUNTER-GANGS: A history of undercover military units in Northern Ireland 1971-1976 shows how the application of colonial counter-insurgency theory led to the recruitment of paramilitaries by plain-clothes army units in the early 1970s.

The author of COUNTER-GANGS, Margaret Urwin is secretary of Justice for the Forgotten, an arm of the Pat Finucane Centre which works with victims of cross-border bombings in the 1970s.

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Published by: Spin Watch on Jan 28, 2013
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 About the Author
Margaret Urwin
has worked with Justice for the Forgotten,the organisation representing the families and survivors of theDublin and Monaghan bombings, since 1993 and, over thelast decade, with the families of other cross-Border bombings.Justice for the Forgotten merged with the Pat FinucaneCentre in December 2010. A native of County Wexford, Margaret is a graduate of theOpen University and NUI Maynooth – MA (Hons) LocalHistory, 2001.Her publications include:
 A County Wexford Family in the Land War: The O’Hanlon Walshs of Knocktartan,
(2001),Four Courts Press;‘The Murder of Charles Daniel Boyd’ in
Hanging Crimes,
(2005), Mercier Press;‘The Effects of the Great Famine (1845-9) in the County Wexford Parish of Bannow/Ballymitty’ in The Journal of the Wexford Historical Society, 1996.
Counter-gangs: A history of undercover militaryunits in Northern Ireland 1971-1976
November 2012British Cataloguing-in-Publications Data. A catalogue record for this report is available from theBritish Library.ISBN 978-0-9570274-1-1Design@gloryhall.comPrinted and bound in the UK 
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Public Interest Investigations © 2012 All rights reserved.No part of this publication may be reproduced,stored or transmitted in any form of by anymeans without the prior permission from thecopyright holder.
DISCLAIMER
  Views and opinions expressed in this publicationare those of the individual contributors and donot necessarily reflect those of Public InterestInvestigations, Spinwatch, The Pat Finucane Center,or Justice for the Forgotten.
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