Thursday 25 May 2017

Days of families of IRA victims being dismissed as footnotes are over

Sinn Féin’s Gerry Adams. Photo: Tom Burke
Sinn Féin’s Gerry Adams. Photo: Tom Burke
Niall O'Connor

Niall O'Connor

Amid the myriad of claims and contradictions surrounding the Stack case, it is all too easy to forget the one issue that really matters.

On a spring day in 1983, a servant of the State left his home and never returned.

After watching an amateur boxing match at the National Stadium in Dublin, Brian Stack (43) was shot in the back of the neck by members of the IRA.

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