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General Sir Frank Kitson and the McGurk's Bar Massacre

McGurk’s Bar: Request for Immediate Investigation by British Cabinet Secretary

Families of the McGurk’s Bar victims have raised a complaint and requested an immediate investigation by British Cabinet Secretary, Simon Case. The families have uncovered a high-level, coordinated and sustained Security Force and Civil Service plot to deceive the two Parliaments of Britain and Northern Ireland about the true circumstances of the McGurk’s Bar Massacre …

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McGurk's Bar Massacre and General Sir Frank Kitson

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, …

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McGurk’s Bar: Judicial Review Against Chief Constable George Hamilton

McGurk’s Bar families launch a Judicial Review against Chief Constable George Hamilton. The McGurk’s Bar families have begun Judicial Review proceedings against Chief Constable George Hamilton for his failure to order an independent investigation into the atrocity including the questioning of General Sir Frank Kitson, former Commander-in-Chief UK Land Forces. Kitson was Brigadier in charge …

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