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Man released in UDA murder case

Tommy English
Tommy English was shot dead during a loyalist feud in October 2000

A man arrested in connection with the murder of loyalist paramilitary leader Tommy English has been released.

The 40-year-old UDA member was shot dead at his north Belfast home during a feud with the UVF in October 2000.

Eleven people have faced charges in recent months following a fresh investigation by detectives from the Historical Enquiries Team.

A 45-year-old man arrested on Wednesday was released pending reports to the Public Prosecution Service.



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