3 March 2013 Edition

New Lodge community demands justice

3 March 2013

THE sense of anger and injustice felt by the New Lodge community at the killings in February 1973 of James McCann, James Sloan, Tony Campbell, Brendan Maguire, John Loughran and Ambrose Hardy (a seventh man, Charlie Carson, was severely wounded) by the British Army and its loyalist agents was evident in the huge turnout at the candlelight vigil to mark their anniversary on Sunday 3 February. Hundreds of people, young and old, came out on a bitterly cold night to not only remember the New Lodge Six but to show solidarity with their families and send a message to the British Establishment that, despite the 40-year gap, the injustice of that night has not been forgotten. Premium service article

March 2013 Edition photographs

3 March 2013

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