Gino Gallagher
Assassinated on 30 January 1996

An extremely charismatic and popular republican socialist admired across republican lines and within the broader working class community, he was murdered by British agents on 30 January 1996.

Gino was credited with renovating and reopening Costello House, the IRSP offices in Belfast, and pushing the primacy of politics in the tradition of Costello and Power.

Gino also helped to restore the reputation of the INLA, reputedly having been personally responsible for several assassinations of Loyalist paramilitary figures within their own community strongholds.