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By J O’Toole (for swp.ie)
In a conflict that generated horrific atrocities in abundance, few
delivered more grief to its victims than the murder of widowed
mother-of-ten Jean McConville in December 1972. Looking back more than
forty years later it is almost impossible to fathom the pain that such
atrocities inflicted on families and friends.
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