‘McGuinness may have been involved in the IRA until the end and the dismissal’

'McGuinness may have been involved in the IRA until the end and the dismissal'

Former Taoist Bertie Arhen said he had always considered Martin McGuinness at the highest level of interim IRA leadership until his disarmament in 2005.

The late McGuinness, who served as Deputy First Minister for 10 years until his death in 2017 in the Northern Ireland Executive, recommended that he remain a member of the IRA after 1974.

In a new RTE One documentary examining the life and legacy of a Symphony politician, Arhen said: “I always interacted with Martin. Martin was effective if not the IRA ‘s number one leadership, and he was the person the IRA cared for. ”

In a documentary airing Wednesday night, Arhan says, “My assessment is that Martin may have been involved in the IRA until the end and his dismissal.

“What exactly is a member? One thing I do know when I talk to them is that time is running out and Jerry and Martin went to see the IRA, and I know when the ceasefire was restored in 1997, they were dealing directly with the IRA in Dublin when I was talking to them. ”

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He said McGuinness is a full member.

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