Ballymurphy Inquest: Witness saw victim falling at his feet

A man has described the moment he heard a shot ring out and saw one of the Ballymurphy victims fall at his feet.

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A man has described the moment he heard a shot ring out and saw one of the Ballymurphy victims fall at his feet.

Witness Francis Corr has been giving evidence at the Ballymurphy Inquest into the deaths of ten people in 1971.

The victim in this case was...
source: BBC Northern Ireland

2018-12-12 20:29
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