UDA member speaks out about threats and criminality

UDA member speaks out about threats and criminality

A member of the Ulster Defence Association (UDA) has come forward to speak about how difficult it is to leave the paramilitary organisation.
The man told BBC News NI he cannot get out because of intimidation and threats from those at the top of the UDA.
He also gave an insight into the amount of serious crime the group is involved in, including drugs and extortion.
The UDA man spoke to BBC News NI's Kevin Magee but has not been named in order to protect him from reprisals.
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14 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 42
Source: BBC

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