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By Anne Cadwallader (for the Irish Independent)
One afternoon in 1999, four people sat around a table in the village of
Camlough, south Armagh. One of them was me. Another was Ann Bracknell,
whose husband, Trevor, an Englishman from Birmingham, had been shot dead
in December 1975, two days after she had given birth to her only
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