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Helen McConville with husband Seamus at a shrine to her mother Jean near Templetown Beach in Co Louth.

Helen McConville with husband Seamus at a shrine to her mother Jean near Templetown Beach in Co Louth.

Helen McConville with husband Seamus at a shrine to her mother Jean near Templetown Beach in Co Louth.

THE abduction and murder of widow Jean McConville was a defining act of savagery during 30 years of savage acts that we know as the Troubles.

A group of 12 IRA men and women bundled her out of her flat and away from her 10 innocent children, ranging in age from one to 14, just before Christmas 1972.


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