Norman Truesdale murder among those to be investigated

Norman Truesdale, who was shot dead by the IRA in 1993
A CATALOGUE of violence carried out by an IRA unit based in Ardoyne, lead by a man alleged to be the informer named as 'AA' on classified documents stolen from police headquarters at Castlereagh, may all now be investigated as part of an ombudsman's probe. Among those murdered by the north Belfast IRA under the command of a man now alleged to be a leading informer was shop owner Norman Truesdale. The 39-year-old was shot dead in his corner shop in the Oldpark area of north Belfast in March 1993. the IRA claimed at the time that he was a member of the UDA and had been involve[...]

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