Ciarán MacAirt

General Sir Frank Kitson and the McGurk's Bar Massacre

Outrage as Massacre evidence is withheld

Outrage as McGurk’s Bar Massacre evidence is withheld. Families of those killed and injured in Belfast’s most murderous bombing during the conflict have expressed outrage at the latest decision to withhold new evidence relating to the massacre even though the British authorities considered that it would “assist” the families in their continuing campaign for truth. …

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General Sir Frank Kitson and the McGurk's Bar Massacre

ICO Accepts MOD Excuses for “Missing” Massacre Files

Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) Accepts British Ministry of Defence Excuses for “Missing” Massacre Files The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has accepted the Ministry of Defence’s (MoD) excuses for the disappearance of British Army logs covering the hours after the McGurk’s Bar Massacre. “Ghost” copies of the logs proved that previously undisclosed British Army units had …

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McGurk's Bar Massacre - Kitson, Byrne and Shillington

PSNI U-Turn on Kitson-RUC Collusion

https://mcgurksbar.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/McGurks-Bar-PSNI-U-Turn-Edit.mp3 Yet another PSNI U-turn should be a warning to families. Following the discovery of new evidence in British military files – and prior to a hearing of a seven-year-long Judicial Review beginning tomorrow – the Police Service Northern Ireland (PSNI) has admitted it is “not aware of holding details of a secret agreement… between …

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McGurk's Bar Chief Constables Simon Byrne Graham Shillington

Chief Constable Snubs Massacre Families and Withholds Evidence

https://mcgurksbar.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/Chief-Constable-Snubs-Massacre-Families-and-Withholds-Evidence.mp3 Press Release: The Chief Constable of Police Service Northern Ireland has yet again snubbed the families of the McGurk’s Bar Massacre and withholds evidence regarding the atrocity. Despite a protest at the Policing Board to mark the 50th anniversary of the McGurk’s Bar Massacre and an official request to meet with him, a police …

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McGurk's Bar 3 ICO Complaints - Kitson

ICO Complaints – Kitson, British Army and Cops Collusion

The families of the McGurk’s Bar Massacre have lodged three separate complaints with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). All three complaints to the ICO regard police and British Army collusion in the cover-up of the atrocity and one man at the centre – General Sir Frank Kitson. One complaint is against the British Army; One …

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McGurk's Bar Protest v Office of the Police Ombudsman

Office of the Police Ombudsman Withholding Police Collusion Evidence

The Office of the Police Ombudsman has admitted that it is withholding evidence from our families. The evidence regards proof of collusion between General Sir Frank Kitson (retired) and the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) and the provenance of RUC lies – but the Office of the Police Ombudsman withheld this evidence from its 2011 report …

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Doug Beattie UUP and Brian Faulkner

Doug Beattie and UUP Silent on McGurk’s Bar Cover-Up

Doug Beattie and the Ulster Unionist Party remain silent on the McGurk’s Bar cover-up. Commemoration is difficult and we have a year of difficult 50th-anniversary commemorations ahead for thousands of families this year. Many organisations and people, including former combatants have much to consider too – be they people who served in uniform or otherwise. …

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McGurk's Bar Massacre and General Sir Frank Kitson

BBC Response Welcomed

Many thanks to the BBC for taking the time to consider our concerns and respond. It’s much appreciated by the families. “Editorial Complaint – BBC Northern Ireland I’m replying to your follow-up enquiry about contacts with the Belfast newsroom. The email address for press releases is bbcnewsni@bbc.co.uk. However, because around 30% of our staff are …

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