Join us to watch and discuss the ground-breaking film, Unquiet Graves: The Story of the Glenanne Gang.
Families of the Time for Truth Campaign are showing the film, Unquiet Graves, which exposes the notorious Glenanne Gang.
- When: Thursday 28th February. Doors open at 6pm
- Where: The Devenish, Finaghy Road North, Belfast
- Who: Everyone welcome
- How much: £6 per person at the door
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Unquiet Graves: The Story of the Glenanne Gang details how members of the RUC police force and the British Army’s Ulster Defence Regiment were centrally involved in the murder of over 120 innocent civilians during the recent conflict in Ireland.
It details how state forces worked hand-in-hand with sectarian paramilitary murderers in the targeted assassinations of farmers, shopkeepers, publicans and other civilians in a campaign aimed at terrorising 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.
Academic and author, Phil Scraton (Hillsborough Campaign) will be chairing the panel discussion after the film.
Director of Unquiet Graves, Seán Murray, will be joined on the panel by human rights lawyer, Rosie Kinnear of Kinnear and Co. Solicitors, and #TimeForTruth family representatives Willie Loughran (New Lodge Six Campaign) and Ciarán MacAirt (McGurk’s Bar Campaign/Paper Trail).
Doors open at 6pm with the film beginning at 7pm.
Tickets available at the door are £6 per person.