THE SISTER of South East Antrim UDA murder victim Glenn Quinn has revealed how he was betrayed by a friend.
Speaking directly to his killers, heartbroken younger sibling Lesley said: "He had actually shown kindness to one of you and you turned on him, like Judas.
"In fact you started the chain of events which would lead to Glenn's murder, you caused this."
Sunday Life is aware of the identity of the female who Lesley is referring to and who cannot be named for legal reasons.
She would often borrow money from generous Glenn, who happened to complain to her about UDA arson attacks on a mechanic's business owned by his friend. This 'Judas' told members of the terror gang who murdered the 47-year-old simply for having the temerity to criticise them.
Lesley said: "To the individuals who carried out this murder, we will make no apologies, we know exactly who you are and what part you played that night, Glenn told us before he died of his injuries, the injuries you inflicted on him.
"These individuals now hide under the guise of their organisation, an organisation that claims to have had no involvement in Glenn's cruel murder.
"If that is the case then I call on those in charge of that organisation to make that public, wash your hands off them and hand over Glenn's killers. Times are changing, your organisation needs to do likewise."
Recalling how family members had to identify her brother's "battered and broken body", Lesley explained how his terminal illness meant he could not defend himself.
Writing on social media, she added: "We know just what cruelty they inflicted on Glenn that night. Glenn could never have defended himself from one attacker never mind three."