The British Army carried out at least 400 killings of men, women and children in the north of Ireland since 1970. To date only a handful of British Army personnel have been held accountable for these murders.
Aidan McAnespie 24 years, Aughnacloy, County Tyrone, he
was shot dead by a British soldier as he crossed the
border into the South of Ireland on 21 February 1988. Mr
McAnespie had been on his way to ...
Roisin McCooey has a strong faith, a faith made all
the more resilient by the British Army murder of her son Daniel. When
she prays, she feels she's closer to the son who was 20-years-old when
he died on ...
McCafferty 15 years, Ballymurphy Drive, West Belfast, shot dead in
Ballymurphy housing estate on 9 July 1972 by members of the British
Army's Parachute Regiment. Four others, John Dougal ...
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The names and circumstances of the death of the victims referred to on this website comes from court documents, witness statements, official reports, and respected human rights and civil liberties organisations such as Amnesty International. Allegations of the British Army Force Research Unit collusion in the murder of UK citizens, including the murder of human rights lawyer Patrick Finucane comes from the British Police Commissioner Sir John Stevens who conducted the official enquiry into British Army Collusion.