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The leader of the paramilitary Loyalist Volunteer Force (LVF), pictured, was gunned down inside the walls of the top-security Maze prison in December 1997 by republican inmates.
Wright, the head of the Loyalist Volunteer Force, was shot dead inside the Maze prison by republican prisoners in December, 1997.
Northern Ireland Secretary Owen Paterson -- the head of the pro-British Loyalist Volunteer Force told the lower house of parliament.
The killing was one of four during last year's feud between the Ulster Volunteer Force and the Loyalist Volunteer Force.
The founder of the Loyalist Volunteer Force was implicated in a string of brutal sectarian murders.
The military units of the Loyalist Volunteer Force have been stood down following orders from their leadership.
The disturbances broke out after the arrest of six men by police investigating a shooting war between the Ulster Volunteer Force and the Loyalist Volunteer Force that has left three men dead.
The attack was one of four shootings in less than 24 hours involving the UVF and its sworn enemies in the splinter Loyalist Volunteer Force.