| John Weir |
RUC sergeant turned whistleblower
John Weir's affidavit
In January 1999, to assist journalist Sean McPhilemy, who was being sued for libel, Weir signed a 62 paragraph affidavit about the collusion of members of the police and security forces with Loyalist paramilitary organisations in the murder of prominent Republicans.
Unquiet Graves: The Story Of The Glenanne Gang
In 2019 he appears in the film Unquiet Graves: The Story Of The Glenanne Gang, supporting claims that UK military intelligence initiated a plan to carry out a massacre at a Catholic primary school in Co Armagh in the 1970s, an allegation first made another former RUC officer, Billy McCaughey.
A Document by John Weir
|Title||Document type||Publication date||Subject(s)|
|Document:John Weir Affidavit||affidavit||3 January 1999||The Troubles|
Royal Ulster Constabulary