UK news Loyalist killer Michael Stone under surveillance and under threat from dissident republicans last news
PremierLeague-News.Com - Freed loyalist killer Michael Stone is subject to strict licence conditions that could see him returned to prison for the smallest breach.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! "Freed loyalist killer Michael Stone is subject to strict licence conditions that could see him returned to prison for the smallest breach. Before being released from Maghaberry Prison, the Milltown Cemetery gunman - pictured strolling by the sea in Co Down last Wednesday - had to sign up to a Multi-Agency Review Arrangements (Mara) deal.This means the 65-year-old, who suffers from a heart condition and the rare debilitating Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease type 2F, which affects his mobility, has his sole mobile phone constantly monitored by police.Stone is also on a night-time curfew from 10pm-7am, wears a security tag, needs permission to stay outside his north Down home, and is banned from attending public rallies or talking to the media.Mara's English equivalent Mappa (Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements) is used to monitor Isis and al-Qaeda members after they have been freed from prison.Sources say the licence conditions for the hitman, who was convicted of six sectarian murders and served 27 years behind bars, show how the State continues to see him as a threat."Stone thinks the conditions are draconian, but he has signed up to them and is going to stick by them," revealed a friend."He knows he is getting on in life and wants to spend the rest of his days with his family. His war is over." Stone was pictured walking with his wife Karan, who is his registered carer, in the coastal village of Millisle. The killer was seen wearing a bulletproof jacket, union flag face-mask, with an electronic tag around his arm."Stone has had several warnings from the PSNI that he is a target for dissident republicans," insisted his friend."When he was in Maghaberry jail he was held on the Bush 2 loyalist wing which is opposite Roe House where the republicans are held. They were always shouting threats at him across the yard. "Stone doesn't want to take any chances, that's why he always wears the bulletproof jacket any time he is out.
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.Deborah McGuinness, whose brother Thomas McErlean was shot dead at Milltown, has taken a judicial review of the decision to free the killer. Her lawyers also want parole commissioners to reveal the reasons behind the ruling. Even former loyalist pals of Stone have turned on him, with exiled ex-UDA chief Johnny 'Mad Dog' Adair branding him a "psycho". However, friends of the mass murderer say he is having the last laugh, revealing how he has called his pet bulldog Johnny because it's a "daft dog".The same slogans were spray-painted on walls in nationalist areas after Adair talked himself into a directing terrorism conviction in 1995. Stone's friend said: "Karan bought Stone the bulldog last year as a birthday present. He calls it Johnny because it's a daft dog, a bit like its namesake."Last year, Stone told this newspaper that the Ruger revolver he used to kill three people in the 1988 Milltown Massacre was given to him by a serving police officer the night before.Arrested after the cemetery gun and bomb attack, he was convicted of six sectarian murders and jailed for a minimum of 30 years.Stone was freed under the terms of the Good Friday Agreement in 2000 but returned to jail in 2006 for trying to murder Sinn Fein leaders Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness at Stormont.He was released again last month on health grounds after the high court said keeping him behind bars until 2024 would "constitute an interference with the physical liberty of the prisoner and could only arise under clear authority of the law."firstname.lastname@example.org"
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