Seán Murry’s powerful and unsettling documentary ‘Unquiet Graves: Uncovering Britain’s Secret War in Ireland’.

Premieres at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh on 11th July 2018.

It will be shown in every major city in Britain from September.

Unquiet Graves: The story of the Glenanne Gang details how members of the RUC and UDR, (a British Army regiment) were centrally involved in the murder of over 120 innocent civilians during the recent conflict in Ireland. It will detail how members worked hand in hand with known sectarian murderers in the targeted assassinations of farmers, shopkeepers, publicans and other civilians in a campaign aimed at terrorizing the most vulnerable in society. Now known as the Glenanne Gang, the group of killers rampaged through Counties Tyrone and Armagh and across into the Irish Republic in a campaign that lasted from July 1972 to the end of 1978.

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White-Line Picket in Support of Niall Lehd

SATURDAY 30th June INTERNATIONAL WALL, FALLS ROAD AT 2pm

With many thanks to: IRNC (Irish Republican National Congress

MILITARY chiefs defending a legal action over alleged COLLUSION with loyalist paramilitaries behind the Miami Showband Massacre have claimed any documents on solders involved have been destroyed, a lawyer said today.

The solicitor representing survivors and relatives of murdered group members said he has been told material on vetting and training Ulster Defence Regiment recruits linked to the atrocity would have been scrapped more than a decade ago – if it ever existed.

Michael Flanigan also confirmed both the Ministry of Defence (MoD) and PSNI are seeking to stop the disclosure of some intelligence files on public interest immunity grounds.

Victims of the attack are suing both the MoD and PSNI over alleged collaboration between serving soldiers and the paramilitary killers.

Three members of the popular band were taken from their tour bus and shot dead on a country road after a gig in Banbridge, County Down in July 1975.

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SUPPORT NIALL LEHD – END BRITISH INTERNMENT

The silence is shocking from the Republican community about Niall Lehd. What if this was your brother? Your cousin ? Your son? Your friend? Then would you speak out ? Raise awareness? Who’s next ??? Regardless what political party they come from Internment is wrong. Niall was taken from his home no other reason for being an Unrepentant Republican by the scummy RUC all under the word of MI5 leaving a young family behind with no charge no evidence no trial and no justice. British justice is no justice. Support Niall lehd. End Internment.

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First loyalist on terrorism charges David Coleman to stand trial on UDA membership charge

Coleman denies all the charges against him.

A 32-year-old Co Down man is to stand trial in Belfast later this year on terrorist offences linked to the UDA.

David Coleman has been charged with, and denies, belonging to the proscribed loyalist paramilitary organisation on dates between November 6, 2016 and October 18, 2017.

From The Green, in Holywood, Coleman is also set to face a charge of possessing a document – namely an oath of membership of the Ulster Defence Association – which contained information of a kind likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism

He appeared at Belfast Crown Court on Thursday, where both charges were put to him. When asked to enter a plea, Coleman replied “not guilty” to both offences, which fall under the Terrorism Act 2000.

A Crown prosecutor told Judge Paul Ramsey that the non-jury trial is likely to last for around one week.

A trial date of September 24 was set, and the case will be reviewed again prior to the commencement of the hearing. Coleman was remanded back into custody.

Although no details emerged during today’s brief hearing, it was alleged by a detective sergeant during a bail hearing that Coleman was a “high-ranking member” of the UDA. This has been denied by Coleman, who when charged with membership, told police “Absolutely not, I don’t belong to nothing”.

With many thanks to the: Belfast Telegraph for the origional story.