One interesting name put into the mix is one William Van Straubenzee.
Readers may be interested to note that Van Straubenzee was the man who visited Albert Baker while Albert Baker was in prison. It is not a secret, it is on the public record.
Will the Secretary of State investigate why vital information made available to the security forces about cross-border bombings was not made available to the Garda? That information was supplied by a former UDA activist and assassin, Albert Baker, a former British soldier. Was the information not passed on to the Garda because Sir William van Straubenzee, then a Minister at the Northern Ireland Office, visited him in Crumlin road gaol and discovered that while he had been assassinating members of the Catholic community he had been supplied with weapons by members of the security forces?”
PS It now seems quite a few UK MSM sources are covering this story, about time too!
Ecc 3:15 That which hath been is now; and that which is to be hath already been; and God requireth that which is past.