General Sir Frank Kitson Implicated in McGurk's Bar Cover-Up

How the British Army and Police Lied to British Government About McGurk’s Bar

Newly uncovered British Ministry of Defence files prove how the British Army and the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) lied to British government ministers and Number 10 about the McGurk’s Bar bombing days after the massacre. 15 civilians were killed including 2 children in the McGurk’s Bar attack on 4th December 1971 – at the time, […]

General Sir Frank Kitson Implicated in McGurk's Bar Cover-Up

General Sir Frank Kitson Implicated in McGurk’s Bar Cover-Up

Archive discovery implicates British General Frank Kitson in McGurk’s Bar Bombing cover-up: families demand immediate arrest and questioning. The McGurk’s Bar families have demanded that an independent police force immediately question British General Sir Frank Kitson under caution following the discovery of a secret British Army Log, which they believe proves that Kitson colluded with […]

Corporate Memory and the McGurk’s Bar Massacre

Drew Harris, the Deputy Chief Constable of the Police Service of Northern, has purchased the corporate memory and the corporate allegiance of his old friends in the Royal Ulster Constabulary. Considering the institutional sectarianism and criminality of this failed force, he may be hoping for corporate amnesia but ordinary families will not allow them to forget. Criminal […]

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