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Silke, Andrew (2000) Drink, drugs, and rock'n'roll: financing Loyalist terrorism in Northern Ireland - part two. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism , 23 , pp. 107-127.

This article looks at fund raising schemes used by Loylist groups including robberies, tax fraud, smuggling, drinking clubs, drug dealing and counterfeiting. The veracity and nature of the drug dealing aspect is the main focus of this paper which also considers the rise and fall of the splinter group, the Loyalist Volunteer Force (LVF), in this context.


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