Direct Action Against Drugs

Direct Action Against Drugs

Direct Action Against Drugs (DAAD, français : Action directe contre la drogue) est un groupe armé dit vigilant d'Irlande du Nord ayant revendiqué l'assassinat de plusieurs suspects de trafic de drogue[1]. Il est considéré comme un prête-nom pour l'IRA Provisoire[2]. Un autre groupe pratiquera le même genre d'action en 2009 : le Republican Action Against Drugs.

Liste des attentats

  • Décembre 1995
    • Martin McCrory - petit dealer tué chez lui à Turf Lodge dans Belfast[3].
    • Chris Johnston - tué chez lui sur la Ormeau Road dans Belfast[3].
    • Francis Collins - un membre de l'IRA provisoire tué dans une boutique à New Lodge dans le nord de Belfast[3].
  • Janvier 1996 : Ian Lyons - meurt le lendemain de son agression par balle alors qu'il était en voiture à Lurgan[4].
  • Septembre 1996 : Séan (John) Devlin - tué sur la Friendly Street dans le sud de Belfast[4].
  • Février 1998 : Brendan Campbell - un dealer tué devant un restaurant dans le sud de Belfast[5].
  • Juin 1999 : Paul Downey - un suspect de trafic de drogue tué à Newry dans comté de Down, attribué au DAAD[6].


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