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THE HOODED MEN: JUDICIAL REVIEW IN THE HIGH COURT TODAY

KRW LAW LLP is instructed by a number of The Hooded Men interned and tortured by British Security Forces in August 1971. These 14 men became the first (there were others to follow) “Guinea Pigs” in the British army’s deployment of ‘deep interrogation’ or what have become known as The Five Techniques. These methods had […]

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CAROLINE MORELAND – JUDICIAL REVIEW TO BE HEARD TODAY

For years it has also been known that the British Security Services t – specifically the agencies of the RUC Special Branch, MI5 and the Force Reconnaissance Unit (FRU) handled agents infiltrated into the PIRA including ‘Stakeknife’, now widely recognised as Freddie Scappaticci.   We represent a number of relatives of victims who were murdered […]

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THE MCGURK’S BAR BOMBING 1971: ASSISTANCE FROM A FOIA APPEAL

KRW LAW LLP is instructed by a number of families whose relatives were killed in the McGurk’s Bar Bombing 1971. These include researcher and campaigner Ciaran MacAirt who has used the resources at the National Archives at Kew to undercover much valuable information held by the British government about the circumstances of the murder of […]

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SEAMUS LUDLOW

KRW LAW LLP is instructed by the family of Seamus Ludlow who was murdered in disputed circumstances near Dundalk in 1976.   The Irish and British governments have consistently failed to implement a human rights compliant investigatory mechanism to deal with the Legacy of the Conflict which includes the murder of Seamus Ludlow. Therefore, as […]

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Irene White Murder Investigation

We act on behalf of Anne Delcassian sister of the above named deceased.   We are instructed to respond to the news that a man in his early 30s has appeared in court today charged in connection with the murder of Irene The murder charge coming as it does after all this time is a […]

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KINCORA BOYS’ HOME: THE PUBLICATION OF THE HIA REPORT

KRW LAW LLP is instructed on behalf of number of clients who suffered sustained sexual abuse whilst ‘in the care of’ of the Kincora Boys’ Home and other institutions in Belfast during the Conflict. Our clients include Gary Hoy, Richard Kerr and Client Massey.   In 2015, KRW LAW LLP challenged the authority of the […]

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KRW LAW LLP WELCOME DECISION TO REVERSE LÍOFA BURSARY SCHEME WITHDRAWAL

The Minister for Communities, Paul Givan, has re-instated the Líofa Irish language bursary scheme. The scheme provided around £50,000 worth of bursaries to allow 100 persons to attend summer courses in the Donegal Gaeltacht.  The decision was communicated in correspondence sent to a number of colleges on 23rd December 2016.   On 6th January 2017, in accordance with the pre […]