‘I would say without hesitation this was ‘sheer unadulterated murder’— timeline to a travesty

‘I would say without hesitation this was ‘sheer unadulterated murder’— timeline to a travesty

August 9, 1971 Introduction of internment. Ordered by the Stormont government and targeted at those suspected of creating trouble, the crackdown means people can be held without trial. In a series of raids across Northern Ireland, 342 people are arrested and taken to makeshift camps. Twenty-five people die in street violence in the four days after the policy was introduced…,
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