|Died||30 January 1996
|Known for||Chief of Staff of the Irish National Liberation Army|
Gino Gallagher (c.1963 - 30 January 1996) was an Irish republican who was Chief of Staff of the Irish National Liberation Army. He was killed in Belfast, while waiting in line for his unemployment benefit.
Gallagher's killing followed internal disagreements over the future of the republican socialist movement. The opposing "INLA-GHQ" faction, led by former Chief of Staff Hugh Torney disbanded in September of the same year following Torney's killing.
- Hume raises Irish peace hopes The Independent, 31 January 1996
- Peter Urban (30 January 2013). "Remembered Always With Honour and Pride: Gino Gallagher". International Republican Socialist Network.
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