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COLUM MARKS – NEW INVESTIGATION INTO RUC SHOOT TO KILL

A new investigation is to be launched by the Police Ombudsman into the killing of Colum Marks by the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) in Downpatrick, County Down. The Police Ombudsman has said he will launch an investigation into the circumstances of the killing. He took the action after receiving new information from the family’s lawyers, […]

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STATEMENT OF RICHARD KERR ISSUED ON HIS BEHALF BY KRW LAW LLP IN RELATION TO HIS PARTICIPATION IN THE KINCORA MODULE OF THE HISTORICAL INSTITUTIONAL ABUSE INQUIRY

Mr Kerr was the victim of the most horrific acts of physical and sexual abuse while in the care of the state in Kincora Boys’ Home. There have subsequently been credible allegations that the British security forces and security services knew of and colluded in that abuse. Those allegations deserve fearless and public investigation through […]

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STAKEKNIFE: THE CONTINUING CONCERNS OF THE VICTIMS

A policeman from England has been invited to conduct an investigation into the British agent known as Stakeknife. The announcement was made today. The PSNI had intended to make the announcement yesterday – the day of the publication of the OPONI Report on the Loughinisland Massacre 1994 which was a damning indictment of the RUC […]

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THE OPENING OF THE KINGSMILLS MASSACRE INQUESTS

KRW LAW LLP is instructed by the family of John McConville who was murdered in the Kingsmill Massacre 5th January 1976 in which ten Protestant workmen were killed in disputed circumstances. We are also instructed by the only survivor of the attack Alan Black, who was shot 18 times. Alan Black has fought to have […]