“Supergrass” seeking compensation for abandonment by MI5

A so called supergrass who infiltrated the IRA for the British security services has said he has been abandoned by MI5 and left with mental health problems.

Derryman Raymond Gilmour, who now lives in south-east England, was the only witness in a trial of 35 IRA suspects which collapsed in 1984. He claims he saved many lives, but e lives in constant fear of being killed, and has not received the support and money he was promised by MI5.

He is taking a case to a tribunal which looks at complaints against the secret Service.

Raymond Gilmour's sister Kathleen is supporting him........

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