LVF Boss Wright Demanded End to All Attacks on Catholic Churches
MURDERED LVF leader Billy Wright wrote of his 'abhorrence' of sectarian arson attacks on Catholic churches just months before he was shot dead, The People can reveal.
And the loyalist killer accused the security services of waging a dirty tricks campaign against him.
In a previously undisclosed letter, Wright, known as King Rat, denied he was in a leadership position of the loyalist terror group while a prisoner in Maghaberry or the Maze Prison.
The letter, discovered last week, states: "Having been a Christian for three and a half years I'm fully aware of the significance of the church and its buildings to one's faith.
"I condemn any …
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Publication information: Article title: LVF Boss Wright Demanded End to All Attacks on Catholic Churches. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: The People (London, England). Publication date: August 25, 2002. Page number: 8. © 2009 MGN LTD. COPYRIGHT 2002 Gale Group.
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