Ulster Defence Association

Ulster Defence Association

The Ulster Defence Association (UDA) was the largest loyalist paramilitary vigilante group in Northern Ireland. It used the name Ulster Freedom Fighters (UFF).
The Ulster Defense Association (UDA) is the largest loyalist paramilitary group in Northern Ireland. It was formed in 1971 as an umbrella organization to unite.
The Ulster Defence Association (UDA) was formed in 1971 as an umbrella group for a variety of loyalist groups. At its peak it had tens of. RabC - Up The U.D.A

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When asked by the BBC in prison if he regretted anything about the shooting, his reply was "only that I didn't succeed. Meting out summary justice to maintain their control over the drugs trade and their own communities might not have been the UDA's founding intention, but in Northern Ireland's post-Good Friday Agreement era, it reflects the reality of many former paramilitaries who have no wish to enter politics. At its peak it had tens of thousands of members and was the largest of the loyalist paramilitary organisations. This was known as a "rompering". The Spirit of Things ABC. Ulster Defence Association