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Miriam Daly, an Irish republican socialist and university lecturer, was
assassinated by the loyalist Ulster Defence Association (UDA) in a
killing which continues to provoke questions. Her body, bound and shot,
was found by her nine-year-old daughter after she returned from school
in Andersonstown, 39 years ago this week. In this interview, Anthony
Neeson spoke to Jim Daly, her widower.
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