Johnny Adair, leader, "C" Company, UDA, Ulster Defence Association, pictured in Clifton Park Avenue, Belfast, N Ireland, UK, waiting for the annual Tour of the North Orange Order parade which winds it way through North Belfast each marching season. Co-incidentally he is standing in front of UFF graffiti. The UFF, or to give it its full title, the Ulster Freedom Fighters, is widely recognised as a flag of convenience for the UDA. 15th June 2001. 200106159135
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