Declan "Whacker" Duffy
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Former paramilitary admits 1992 Derby soldier murder

Declan "Whacker" Duffy has been jailed for life for the murder of a soldier 18 years ago.

As a teenager in the Irish paramilitary group, INLA, he helped kill Sergeant Michael Newman in Derby in 1992.

He admitted being part of a three-man team behind the killing.

Anthony Bartram reports.

  • 22 Jul 2010