“THE war is over,” said INLA prisoner John Kenneway in Maghaberry a while back. “But Billy Wright was an animal.” Kenneway hanged himself earlier this evening, just after the inquiry into his victim’s murder – notorious LVF killer Wright – began. He was expected to give evidence. It comes at a time when there are suspicions about the State’s involvement (or not) with the murder, but according to early reports, last week “Kenneway was refused compassionate temporary release to attend the Christening of a grandchild”. Freed under the Good Friday Agreement, he also had his licence revoked by Secretary of State Peter Hain and was returned to jail in February to face another decade behind bars.