By Sean Hartnett
of the northern problems with fascination. regardless of his family’s strong
republican ties and his personal try and subscribe to the IRA, Hartnett shocked
family and buddies whilst he replaced allegiance and joined the British
In 2001 Hartnett returns to his local eire, yet this time as a member
of the British Army’s such a lot secretive covert counter-terrorist unit in Northern
Ireland, Joint Communications Unit Northern eire aka JCU-NI, the FRU,
14 Intelligence corporation, or just ‘The Det’. For the subsequent 3 years
Hartnett is without delay interested by a few of the optimum profile occasions of that
period, from the arrest of John Hannan for the bombing of the BBC in
London, to the tragic homicide of David Caldwell; the prevention of the
murder of Johnny ‘Mad puppy’ Adair and a few of the most important mistakes by
British Intelligence within the heritage of the worries, together with the genuine story
behind the murders of Corporals Howes and wooden at an IRA funeral
‘Charlie One’, the decision signal for the main sought after ambitions of British
Intelligence operations in NI, files the adventure of an Irish Republican
serving in Britain’s such a lot secretive counter-terrorism unit. full of roller
coaster feelings and explosive revelations of British Intelligence covert
capabilities and operations, Charlie One offers a really distinctive, detailed
and independent account of the key conflict fought at the streets of
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Charlie One: The True Story of an Irishman in the British Army and His Role in Covert Counter-Terrorism Operations in Northern Ireland by Sean Hartnett