The Scottish National Liberation Army leader is currently in custody in Ireland.
What does SNLA stand for?
SNLA stands for Scottish National Liberation Army
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- Sunday Night Live
- Supernatant Liquor (process engineering)
- Sweet N Low
- Seneca Nation Library-Allegany Branch (Salamanca, NY)
- Sandia National Laboratories Albuquerque
- Small Necessities Leave Act (Massachusetts)
- Swiss National Liga A (ice hockey)
- Switched Native LAN (Local Area Network; computing)
- Second National Ban Corp. (stock symbol)
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- Société Nationale du Liège et du Bois (French: National Society of Cork and Wood)
- Societe Nautique Le Bono (French boating club)
- Societe Nouvelle Lefevre-Breton (French utility company)
- Société Nouvelle Lubrano Bâtiment (French construction company)
- Second National Labour Commission (India)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Busby's father Adam is the notorious former leader of the Scottish National Liberation Army (SNLA) and is in prison awaiting trial on letter bomb charges.
Police linked the crimes to the thug after calls made to journalists claiming Scottish National Liberation Army responsibility for the six packets were traced to his mobile phone.
Police were alerted at about 2pm on Friday following a telephone warning to the News of the World from an anonymous man claiming to be from the Scottish National Liberation Army, which suggested a total of 16 had been posted.
The Scottish National Liberation Army was formed in 1980 by Glaswegian former soldier Adam Busby, 53, who declared war on 'mass English immigration'.
Police were alerted at about 2pm on Friday following a telephone warning to a newspaper from an anonymous man claiming to be from the Scottish National Liberation Army, which suggested a total of 16 had been posted.
The British Premier's wife was sent a booby-trapped package by the Scottish National Liberation Army - headed by Dublin-based Adam Busby.
Scotland Yard said it received a call from a man claiming to be from the Scottish National Liberation Army saying 16 packages had been sent.