Two British army paratrooper’s trying to have murder charges thrown out

The family of Joe McCann, shot dead in Belfast 1972, were in court today for the first preliminary hearing in the prosecution case being brought against 2 former members of the Parachute Regiment in connection with their father’s death.

A further hearing will take place later this month were a number of matters will be considered, including an application for anonymity being brought in respect of the two former soldiers.
PFC were in court supporting the McCann family, who are represented by KRW Law.

With many thanks to: Pat Finucane Centre

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