The Killer King’s Regiment of the British Army. Paper Trail investigates the Killer Kings who left a trail of devastation in their wake when they left West Belfast at the end of the terrible summer of ’72. A few weeks after Stormont collapsed in March 1972, the North of Ireland erupted in a spasm of […]
The Office of the Police Ombudsman to Investigate Murder of Civilian, Jim Murphy, although it will not commence until April 2027 due to lack of resources.
Help Paper Trail and the campaign group research the secret files around the deployment of CR Gas and the Burning of Long Kesh on 15th October 1974
The 3rd – 4th February this year marks the 50th anniversary of the New Lodge Six Massacre by 1st Battalion Queen’s Regiment of the British Army.
Bloody Friday – one of the most devastating days during the conflict. Victims and survivors can read the new evidence we discovered here.
Paper Trail has discovered new evidence which proves that the RUC deliberately targeted and killed Donegal civilian, Michael Leonard in 1973.
On the 50th anniversary of the murder of father of four, Robert McMullan, the family releases disturbing new evidence.
The daughter of Patrick McVeigh, Patricia, writes about the murder of her father on the 50th anniversary, recounting the family’s campaign.