In October 1987, a bench warrant was issued in Belfast High Court for Flynn's extradition but again justice was thwarted when, during the extradition hearing, Flynn's lawyers argued that his crime was political and the robbery had been to raise funds for the INLA
And grieving relatives have laid the blame with the INLA
squads who had subjected their sons to brutal punishment beatings.
men Christopher "Crip" McWilliams and John Kennaway had been transferred into the same H-Block as Wright the previous May, just weeks after Wright was moved from Maghaberry Prison, Co Antrim, to serve out an eight-year sentence.
But while "Basher" Flynn's name appears on police and prison service "wanted" lists, the man, once named in court as the head of the INLA
, sticks up two fingers to justice as he relaxes in the sunshine.
The sooner the INLA
closes down its discredited organisation the better.
Block as the INLA
Lapses which allowed the INLA
to smuggle in two guns
LVF leader Wright was shot just after Christmas, 1997 by three INLA
killers as he sat in a prison van waiting to be taken to the visitors area.
It was a strange request from the INLA
but it serves the purpose of keeping the lines of communication open between them and the Irish government.
And it emerged that two veteran union chiefs spent six months in talks with the INLA
before they handed over their deadly arsenal for decommissioning.
McAllister was initially refused asylum because of his conviction - and four-year imprisonment - for his part in an INLA
gun attack on an RUC patrol.
The Washington State woman has been to republican gatherings in Northern Ireland and says she is in full support of the current ceasefire by the INLA
O'Hare - the last INLA
member north or south of the border still in prison for offences committed before the 1998 Good Friday Agreement - is expected to be moved from the high-security Portlaoise Prison to Castlereagh Prison where some inmates live in houses within the walls.