Published Thursday, 14 March 2013
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Mr McCord, who has been vociferous against paramilitaries since his son was murdered by the UVF in 1997, told UTV he was approached by this new group last Saturday.
They hooded him and brought him to a secret location where they told him they will execute 20 dealers if they do not stop selling hard drugs.
"They brought me into a room and sat me down in a chair facing a wall," Mr McCord said. "They started talking to me about drugs in nationalist areas and a list of targets they had - 20.
"They named some people from the unionist community who they said were selling drugs in nationalist communities and said this was a chance for them to stop selling drugs, and if they didn't stop they would be shot dead."
Mr McCord said he was told in detail how the group murdered Danny McKay.
I believe more people are going to be shot dead.
The 36-year-old was gunned down by two men who broke into his home in the Longlands Estate in Newtownabbey last October.
He continued: "They admitted the murder of Danny McKay and they admitted the attempted murder of another man last year.
"They went into graphic detail, the number of shots that were fired, the weaponry that was used, the number of nine millimetre rounds and rounds from a rifle."
Mr McCord was then shown the list of dealers in the city who they plan to target next.
Police have been working to combat the problem of drugs in Northern Ireland, with the number of seizures increasing by 10% to 3,920 last year from 3,564 the year before.
The number of people arrested on drugs offences has also gone up, to 2,543 from 2,435.
So far this year there have been 543 Class A drugs seizures including 77 seizures of opiates, such as heroin.
West Belfast MLA Pat Sheehan condemned anti-drugs groups and told them to "go away". The Sinn Féin representative said: "These vigilantes have no role whatsoever.
"They have very little support within communities and their actions are not going to lead to a decrease in drug use so they should pack up and go away."
Mr McCord has reported everything he was told to the police. He said he does not condone the group - but he does want drug dealers to stop.
He added: "I would encourage the people doing drugs to stop selling them and I would say to them it is not worth getting shot dead for."