FRU


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FRU

(Field Replaceable Unit) A component that can be replaced on site. An FRU may be easily unplugged; however, it may also require the skill of a technician who has to open the case and carefully remove the unit.
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A source in the Stevens Inquiry team revealed: "We had asked for these documents more than three years ago after we first spoke to the whistleblower and former FRU officer Martin Ingram and were told they didn't exist, although we still believe Mr Ingram.
The source said: "When Burns realised what he'd done, all three requested extraction but FRU bosses refused to intervene.
A broad inquiry into the activities of FRU would be a major problem for a number of reasons, he said, but "specific-ally in relation to 'Stakeknife'.
Sources in the FRU have admitted in the past that they were willing to use Loyalist terrorists to kill senior members of the IRA.
When the FRU heard, from loyalist agent Brian Nelson, that the UFF was targeting Stakeknife, it was decided an alternative target should be provided.
The MoD has threatened Rosenfeld with two court injunctions to stop him going public about his work for FRU.
The joint venture between LearnKey's strategic partner LearnKey New Zealand and FIT mirrors the evolution of sports and technology, as FRU players will be better prepared for life after sport in today's wired world.
Scappaticci is said to be linked to at least another 40 murders and was paid pounds 80,000 a year by the FRU.
The source said there is no doubt Scap was the highest placed FRU agent inside IRA.
Perhaps it's time all of this was finally aired in an open court of law so that no doubts remain at the end of it; that Freddie Scappaticci is Stakeknife and that elements of the FRU ran him as an agent in the full knowledge that he was killing people.
But he added: "I came across the FRU a few times and I may have had a couple of phone calls with Gordon Kerr [the Brigadier in charge of the unit] but I certainly wasn't a member.
One of them is Scots Brigadier Gordon Kerr, a former head of the FRU who ran Stakeknife.