A man is to be accused of the homicide of MI5 specialist Denis Donaldson, as indicated by Irish police.

Mr Donaldson, 55, was shot in 2006 at a remote cabin close Glenties in County Donegal, months in the wake of being uncovered as a government agent.

Nonconformist republican gathering the Real IRA asserted obligation regarding his slaughtering.

Irish police had presented a “considerable” document on the homicide to the chief of open arraignments in the Republic of Ireland two years back.

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Updates on the choice to charge a man rose at Mr Donaldson’s investigation in Letterkenny, County Donegal.

A cop told the meeting a warrant has been issued for the capture of the man to be charged.

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Mr Donaldson was taken shots dead at a bungalow in the Glenties, Donegal

The examination into Mr Donaldson’s demise has now been suspended for the 23rd time.

A legal advisor, representing the Garda (Irish police) Commissioner proposed a year suspension on Wednesday to enable criminal procedures to advance.

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