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By Jim Gibney (for the Irish News)
I first met Denis Donaldson, or rather I met his name, a few days
after June 27 1970. The word on people’s lips on the streets of
the Short Strand was that he and a few other teenage members of
the local IRA saved the people of the Strand from a loyalist
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