The group was established by Ian Paisley, ostensibly as a complement to the security forces, although it bore many of the hallmarks of the earlier Ulster Protestant Volunteers It grew from the increasing pace of co-operation between the governments of the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland, as well as in response to the murder of Robert Bradford. The group largely disappeared with the emergence of Ulster Resistance.
NICARAGUA: THIRD-FORCE POLITICAL MOVEMENT SPLINTERS & FORMER MILITARY CHIEF JOAQUIN CUADRA ORGANIZES NEW PARTY.(Government Activity)(International Pages)(Brief Article)
Jun 29, 2000; A coalition offering itself as an alternative to the two major political parties fell apart in June, but former armed forces...