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Police Admit To RUC Murder of Michael Leonard

As his family has long believed, the RUC did murder Michael Leonard. In an astounding admission, the Police Service of Northern Ireland has admitted that the shooting dead of civilian Michael Leonard on 17th May 1973 by members of the Royal Ulster Constabulary was in fact murder. Read Connla Young’s front page report in the …

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Where Was MRF When McGurk’s Bar Was Bombed?

For over 10 years, the families have asked police investigators where was the British Army’s death-squad, MRF, when McGurk’s Bar was bombed. Every investigation by the police and Police Ombudsman’s Office in the 46 years since the atrocity, which claimed the lives of 15 civilians,┬áhave failed to even prove the existence of the Miltary Reaction …

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Kelly Murder Remains a Dark Stain On Policing and Justice Systems

Pat Fahy, solicitor for the family, writes in the Irish News about the murder of Councillor Patsy Kelly. The┬ámurder of Trillick, Co Tyrone councillor Patsy Kelly, in 1974 remains┬áa┬ádark stain on our┬ápolicing and justice systems. This was an abduction┬áand killing widely believed to have been┬ácarried out by members of the┬áUlster Defence Regiment in uniform. That …

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Patsy Kelly Murder, 1974 – Startling New Information Uncovered

Statement by the family of Patsy Kelly on the discovery of startling new information which points towards a cover-up by the British state. Startling new information relating to the 1974 abduction and murder of Independent Councillor, Patsy Kelly (right), from Trillick, Co. Tyrone, has been uncovered following a freedom of information request on behalf of …

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Podcast 6: Brian Nelson – Diminishing Responsibility?

In this podcast, we examine the early career of British soldier and Loyalist paramilitary, Brian Nelson. When the murky history of the Troubles is written, Brian NelsonÔÇÖs name is assured of a place. His name has become synonymous with the word ÔÇťcollusionÔÇŁ as he was a double agent run by British military intelligence at the …

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Podcast 3: General Frank Kitson – War Hero or Director of Terrorism Pt 2

In┬áthis┬áPaper Trail Pro Podcast, author Ciar├ín MacAirt discusses the legacy of General Frank Kitson. This is the second part of a two-part podcast examining the legacy of General Frank Kitson in light of his development of the covert British Army unit, the Military Reaction Force, which was guilty of dozens of murders and attempted murders …

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Kelly’s Bar Atrocity: Foreknowledge and Preventability

British Prime Minister Files prove that the British army expected the bomb car and could have prevented attack on Kelly’s Bar on 13th May 1972. Secret files ÔÇô one signed by the British Prime Minister Edward Heath ÔÇô prove that the British officer in charge of an observation post overlooking KellyÔÇÖs Bar was ÔÇťwarned to …

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