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
Britain’s failure to proscribe Loyalist extremist groups will feature in legacy court cases for years to come. Britain, of course, also stands accused of arming and funding Loyalist extremist groups during the conflict, but its failure to proscribe these from the start will be tested by litigation too. The British state’s defence that it was
Paper Trail Chairperson Niall Ó Murchú writes on the news of the new inquest for the New Lodge Six and their families and Paper Trail’s ongoing archive work.
Collusion between state forces and paramilitaries can take many forms. Rarely do we see such casual collusion evidenced in inky black and white, though; and, here, it went to the top. Two incidents. The same British Army Regiment. Just over 24 hours apart and a just a few of hundred yards away from each other.