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'I salute Paul Bruce. His decision to reveal the brutal truth is the act of a truly brave man.' - Captain Fred J. Holyrod, former MI6 Officer, Northern IrelandPaul Bruce was a tough, idealistic young trooper in the SAS when he was dispatched to Northern Ireland. His top-secret mission: to execute IRA suspects in cold blood.Bruce and three SAS comrades shot down one terrified victim after another, leaving the bodies to be buried in deep, unmarked woodland graves.The soldiers grew their hair long and drove ordinary looking cars. But they always carried pistols and sub-machine guns.In this historic book the author produces maps to show where his victims lie secretly buried.He also chronicles the mental breakdown of crack SAS troops, ordered to carry out the dirtiest job in a secret war.'A tale of mass murder and random street assassinations that would strain credibility in a South American dictatorship!' - Sunday Times'A fascinating, hugely readable story!' - Daily Mirror'A startling confession!' - Daily MailShow Less

GENRE
Biography
RELEASED
2010
November 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
300
Pages
PUBLISHER
John Blake
SIZE
759.9
KB