A Moral Vendetta
One Man and Two Wars, PTSD and the IRA
Violence and cold revenge, gruesome deaths and betrayals. The message is dark and clear: there are no heroes.
This is the true story of a young catholic growing up in the Clonard area of Belfast in the dark troubled days of the most violent times in Northern Ireland. John McCrudden and his Brother Jim are abducted and beaten by the IRA. John begins his solitary secret war against republican terrorists until he finds an alley in Captain Evan Kilbride British Intelligence.
John journeys into the dark and perfidious world of the British Agent in the IRA controlled areas of West Belfast. On his road to bitter sweet revenge John joins the Belfast Battalion of 10 UDR a non sectarian protestant paramilitary force riddled with Protestant militants that belong to both the UDR and the UVF and UFF murder squads of the Shankill road. This is a fertile ground for John to further hunt his enemies in the PIRA. In the murky world of bluff, double bluff and double agents John finds his battle to be accepted by the protestant militants only successful when he joins the intelligence gathering efforts of the British agents hired to infiltrate the UDA and manipulate their activities from the highest levels of the British Government.
- JohnMcCrudden, July 2012
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