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Belfast Son Tells How IRA 'Disappeared' Mother

The son of one of Northern Ireland’s “Disappeared” described Monday how he last saw his mother being dragged away by a masked Irish Republican Army (IRA) gang up to 20 strong. Arthur McConville was giving evidence at the inquest into the death of widowed mother-of-10 Jean McConville, which was taking place more than 31 years after she was abducted, shot and secretly buried in the Irish Republic by the outlawed group. In a written deposition read out to the courtroom in the Irish border town of Dundalk, eldest son Arthur said he was 16 when a masked gang of four men and four women burst into their Belfast home on December 7, 1972. Full Story

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