By David Adams (for the Irish Times)
Ten years ago, on October 13th, 1994.the Combined Loyalist Military Command, representing the UDA, UVF and Red Hand Commando, declared a ceasefire and expressed “abject and true remorse” to all the “innocent” victims of the Troubles.
David Adams was a senior figure in the Ulster Democratic Party, now defunct, then the political wing of the UDA, in 1994. He was intimately involved in the negotiations that led to the loyalist ceasefire.
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