Monday 19 November 2018

SOME OF THE SO-CALLED INFORMERS MURDERED BY THE IRA SINCE 1971

Jean McConville, 37, was the widowed mother of 10 children who were left abandoned by the IRA squad that abducted her from her home in December 1972, took her to an isolated beach on the Cooley Peninsula where they shot her through her head and buried her in a secret grave. Her remains were recovered in August 2003. Her supposed crime had been to give assistance to a British s

Jean McConville, 37, was the widowed mother of 10 children who were left abandoned by the IRA squad that abducted her from her home in December 1972, took her to an isolated beach on the Cooley Peninsula where they shot her through her head and buried her in a secret grave. Her remains were recovered in August 2003. Her supposed crime had been to give assistance to a British soldier injured outside her home in west Belfast. She was one of nine "disappeared", only

five of whose remains were ever recovered.

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