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Ballymurphy families renew calls for amnesty proposals to be dropped

Aug 9, 2021 07:08 By News Northern Sound
Ballymurphy families renew calls for amnesty proposals to be dropped Ballymurphy families renew calls for amnesty proposals to be dropped
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An inquest found the ten victims of the shootings in west Belfast were "entirely innocent".

The families of those who died during a British Army operation in Ballymurphy 50 years ago have renewed calls for amnesty proposals to be dropped.

An inquest earlier this year found the 10 victims of the shootings in west Belfast in August 1971 were "entirely innocent".

The victims' families have been strongly critical of the UK government's plans to ban prosecutions relating to the period of the Troubles.

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John Teggart's father Danny was among the victims - and wants to see a re-think:

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