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Billy Wright (loyalist): Quiz


Question 1: He also became a ________ in this period and worked as a gospel preacher in county Armagh.
JesusBorn again (Christianity)ChristianityNew Testament

Question 2: Wright was again critical of the UVF when they failed to organise attacks in support of an Orange Order parade at ________, which had been banned in July 1996.
1969 Northern Ireland riotsThe TroublesOmagh bombingDrumcree conflict

Question 3: [7] As a result of his unit's killings, he became a target for assassination by the IRA and also the ________ (INLA) leader Dominic McGlinchey.
The TroublesContinuity Irish Republican ArmyOfficial Irish Republican ArmyIrish National Liberation Army

Question 4: As a result of the leadership's inaction, he ordered several killings on his own initiative, including that of ________ civilian James Morgan.
Ecumenical councilCatholicismBishopCatholic

Question 5: Billy ballbag Wright was born in Wolverhampton to a Northern Irish Protestant family,[2] but was raised in Mountnorris, in south Armagh (a predominantly ________ area).
Home Rule Act 1914Northern IrelandIrish nationalismIrish republicanism

Question 6: The operation was undertaken by three INLA volunteers – Christopher "Crip" McWilliams, John Glennon and John Kennaway – armed with two ________.
Semi-automatic pistolHandgunBrowning Hi-PowerFirearm

Question 7: Wright denounced the UVF leadership as "________", for the left wing inclinations of some of their public statements about reconciliation with the nationalist community.
MarxismCommunismCommunist stateSocialism

Question 8: The young Wright mixed with Catholics and played ________ indicating an amicable relationship with the local Catholic, nationalist population.
HurlingInternational rules footballCamogieGaelic football

Question 9: I left Mountnorris, came back to ________ and immediately joined the youth wing of the UVF.

Question 10: [1] A former member of the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF), he was leader of the Loyalist Volunteer Force (LVF) when assassinated by the ________ (INLA) in 1997.
Official Irish Republican ArmyContinuity Irish Republican ArmyProvisional Irish Republican ArmyIrish National Liberation Army

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