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The [[Special Intelligence Wing]] was part of the [[Intelligence Corps]] and the parent of the [[FRU]].
 
The [[Special Intelligence Wing]] was part of the [[Intelligence Corps]] and the parent of the [[FRU]].
  
:In 1989, on the night before he arrested [[Brian Nelson|Nelson]], [[John Stevens|Stevens]] found his offices in Belfast had been set on fire. The raid was carried out by the [[Controlled Methods of Entry Squad]], a sister unit of the [[FRU]] based with the [[Special Intelligence Wing]] at Ashford. At the same time the army moved documents that incriminated Nelson from Belfast to England.<ref>From The Sunday Times
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In 1989, on the night before he arrested [[Brian Nelson|Nelson]], [[John Stevens|Stevens]] found his offices in Belfast had been set on fire. The raid was carried out by the [[Controlled Methods of Entry Squad]], a sister unit of the [[FRU]] based with the [[Special Intelligence Wing]] at Ashford. At the same time the army moved documents that incriminated Nelson from Belfast to England.<ref>From The Sunday Times
 
April 27, 2003 [http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/article869661.ece Brigadier ‘led rogue spying on Russia’] Liam Clarke</ref>
 
April 27, 2003 [http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/article869661.ece Brigadier ‘led rogue spying on Russia’] Liam Clarke</ref>
 
==People==
 
==People==
 
*[[Gordon Kerr]]
 
*[[Gordon Kerr]]
 
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[[Category:spooks]][[Category:British Military Intelligence]]
 
[[Category:spooks]][[Category:British Military Intelligence]]

Latest revision as of 15:53, 26 December 2014

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Parent organizationUK/Army/Intelligence Corps
Type• secret
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The Special Intelligence Wing was part of the Intelligence Corps and the parent of the FRU.

In 1989, on the night before he arrested Nelson, Stevens found his offices in Belfast had been set on fire. The raid was carried out by the Controlled Methods of Entry Squad, a sister unit of the FRU based with the Special Intelligence Wing at Ashford. At the same time the army moved documents that incriminated Nelson from Belfast to England.[1]

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References

  1. From The Sunday Times April 27, 2003 Brigadier ‘led rogue spying on Russia’ Liam Clarke