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UNDER FIRE: Martin McGuinness claims he left the IRA in 1974 and appears taken aback that hardly anybody believes him. Photo: David Conachy

UNDER FIRE: Martin McGuinness claims he left the IRA in 1974 and appears taken aback that hardly anybody believes him. Photo: David Conachy

UNDER FIRE: Martin McGuinness claims he left the IRA in 1974 and appears taken aback that hardly anybody believes him. Photo: David Conachy

IN the early evening sunshine, Martin McGuinness arrives -- white shirtsleeves, red necktie -- at the Ringsend and Irishtown Community Centre in the south inner city of Dublin.

It is almost 4.30pm on Thursday, the day after the night before, when Miriam O'Callaghan had asked how he squared with his God his involvement in the murder of so many.


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