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MoD Withholding Evidence of British Army Witness

Press Release: The British Ministry of Defence (MoD) is withholding evidence of a British Army witness on the night of the McGurk’s Bar Massacre. The British Ministry of Defence (MoD) has been forced to admit that it does indeed know the name and rank of a British soldier involved in a covert British military “ambush” …

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British Ministry of Defence Withholds McGurk’s Bar Massacre Evidence

Nearly half a century after the McGurk’s Bar Massacre, the British Ministry of Defence is still withholding evidence. The British Ministry of Defence (MoD) is still hiding potentially critical evidence relating to the McGurk’s Bar Massacre and its cover-up by the British state. This is despite the fact that the atrocity occurred in 1971 and …

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Families Appeal to NI SoS for Release of Collusion File

The campaigning families of the McGurk’s Bar Massacre victims appeal to Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, James Brokenshire, to release a 45-year-old British file containing evidence of collusion in the atrocity between British security forces and Loyalist paramilitaries. Ciarán MacAirt, a grandson of one of the victims of the massacre, which claimed the lives of …

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Police Shut Down McGurk’s Bar Families Requests for Information

In what has been described as a “sinister attack on the freedom of information and personal attack on me by the Police Service of Northern Ireland”, a McGurk’s Bar family member has described how the police have closed down every single one of his requests for information in one refusal.   Ciarán MacAirt is the …

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