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May 18, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A police investigation into security leaks in Northern Ireland reported that security forces had passed information on Irish Republican Army suspects to Protestant paramilitary groups. John Stevens, the deputy chief constable of Cambridgeshire, England, who conducted the probe, said a few members of the locally recruited, part-time Ulster Defense Regiment channeled the information.
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May 18, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A police investigation into security leaks in Northern Ireland reported that security forces had passed information on Irish Republican Army suspects to Protestant paramilitary groups. John Stevens, the deputy chief constable of Cambridgeshire, England, who conducted the probe, said a few members of the locally recruited, part-time Ulster Defense Regiment channeled the information.
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October 1, 1989
A 20-year-old British soldier was charged with leaking confidential photographs, names and addresses of IRA suspects to Protestant paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland. Shaun Cunliffe, a member of the Air Defense Regiment of the Royal Artillery, was brought to Belfast from West Germany, where he has been serving, to appear at Belfast Magistrates Court.
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October 1, 1989
A 20-year-old British soldier was charged with leaking confidential photographs, names and addresses of IRA suspects to Protestant paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland. Shaun Cunliffe, a member of the Air Defense Regiment of the Royal Artillery, was brought to Belfast from West Germany, where he has been serving, to appear at Belfast Magistrates Court.
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