Only a child…….murdered by the brave British Army. No-one charged….. No-one convicted 

These British Soldiers marched on the streets of Belfast protesting at not being treated fairly in the North of Ireland. They are afraid to face their own British Court system because they know they will be found “Guilty As charged” for murder & Treason…….

The British Army veterans triumphantly celebrated because they were allowed to march in Belfast.


But back in 1982 on the 16th April one of the victims of the Trouble’s: A Child of 11 summers was murdered by these brave British Soldiers – Shot dead by the British Army on the streets of Belfast.

Stephen Mc Conomy was murdered by the brave British Army on 16th April 1982. He was only a child of 11-years-old.
This is how they left him, shot in the head with plastic bullets. Left fighting for his life but found to be brain dead. He died in a short time later.
This is a picture of the plastic bullet that was fired at the 11-year-old. By the Brave British Soldiers.
A plaque erected in his memory to remember young Stephen Mc Conomy. Murdered by British Soldiers.
Stephen Mc Conomy murdered 16th April 1982.

With many thanks to: Gary Donnelly.

44th anniversary of 11-year-old Francis Rowntree murdered by the British Army.

Francis Rowntree 11-years-old

11-year-old Francis Rowntree suffered extensive skull fractures and lacerations of the brain. After he was shot at point blank range by the British Army with a rubber bullet and died in hospital on April 22nd 1972.

Today marks his 44th anniversary.

The already lethal bullet had been doctored to make it even more deadly, with a battery inserted inside to cause maximum damge to innocent victims.

This was a common tactic used by the cowardly British Army across occupied Ireland.

Rest in Peace little man. – feeling heartbroken.

With many thanks to: Pat Gillan, Chaírde ar an Arm Náisiúnta Fuascailte na hÉireann.