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McGurk's Bar Protest v Office of the Police Ombudsman

McGurk’s Bar Families Protest the Office of the Police Ombudsman

Families of those killed and injured in the McGurk’s Bar Massacre protested the Office of the Police Ombudsman (OPONI) on 18th August 2021. The McGurk’s Bar families protested to highlight Police Ombudsman Marie Anderson’s: Failure to complete a timely and effective investigation of the families’ complaint against currently serving police officers of the Police Service …

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Artist Sinéad Ó'Neill-Nicholl Never the Same McGurk's Bar

Never the Same

Artist Sinéad O’Neill-Nicholl will be talking about her new project, Never the Same, during Imagine! Belfast Festival. Never the Same is a project that Sinéad is developing with the families of those who were killed and injured in the McGurk’s Bar bombing of 4th December 1971. As we approach the 50th anniversary of the atrocity, …

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Legal Proceedings against the Office of the Police Ombudsman

Pree Release: McGurk’s Bar families begin legal proceedings against the Office of the Police Ombudsman. Families of those killed and injured in the McGurk’s Bar Massacre have been forced to initiate legal proceedings against the Office of the Police Ombudsman for its: (1) Failure to complete a 2015 complaint regarding serious allegations against present policing …

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Challenge to Chief Constable George Hamilton

Families who lost loved ones in the McGurk’s Bar atrocity have challenged PSNI Chief Constable George Hamilton and his so-called Legacy Investigation Branch to attend a lecture by world-renowned human rights lawyer, Michael Mansfield, commemorating the 45th anniversary of the attack. Billed as a Case-Study in Disinformation, Denial and Delay, the memorial lecture is free …

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I Am Belfast

This Sunday, QFT hosts the film, I Am Belfast, Mark Cousins’ love letter to his hometown. Mark abandoned the city because of its bigotry and violence, but this is his return home. His deep love of Belfast sweeps us from cityscape to dreamscape and back again as if carried effortlessly on the tide. From salt …

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