Sean O'Callaghan

Sean O'Callaghan began his career in the Irish Republican Army when he was just 15 years old. A decade later, he had become a police informer. Just released from prison after serving time for two murders and other offenses, O'Callaghan has declared a personal war against the IRA. A look at the crisis in Northern Ireland through the eyes of Sean O'Callaghan...next on Talk of the Nation, from NPR News. Guests: Sean O'Callaghan Former IRA terrorist Former British Intelligence Double Agent Listeners call in

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