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Over the next few days all seven men were held in Omagh RUC barracks, interrogated about IRA operations in East Tyrone since 1972, and systematically tortured by detectives from the newly established Regional Crime Squad.The men had their hair pulled, their ears slapped, they were made to stand for prolonged periods in the ‘search position’ against a wall, they were kicked and punched and forced to do exercises for lengthy periods.One of the five is now in the cages of Long Kesh, the other four became blanket men in the H-Blocks.Four-and-a-half years later with revealing ironic insight into the nature of the British judicial system in Ireland, while four RUC detectives involved in those Omagh interrogations were awaiting trial on charges of assaulting James Rafferty during interrogation, in the prison hospital of Long Kesh, one of those convicted on the basis of a tortured ‘confession’ – Martin Hurson – lay dying on hunger strike for political status.CAPPAGH Edward Martin Hurson was born on September 13th, 1956, in the townland of Aughnaskea, Cappagh, near Dungannon, the eighth of nine children: six girls and three boys.Both of his parents, John, aged 74, a small hill farmer, and Mary Ann (whose maiden name was Gillespie) who died in April 1970 after a short illness, came from the Cappagh district, and the whole of their family – including Martin – were born into the white washed farmhouse perched precipitously on top of the thirty hilly acres of rough land that make up the Hurson farm.“People in the Bogside were afraid for their lives last night,” she said.

Posted by Jim on July 13, 2018 A sectarian parade through the city centre of Derry provoked heavy rioting in Derry last night as youths threw petrol bombs and the PSNI responded with potentially lethal plastic bullets.At least one bounced off a passing civilian van in an apparent attempt to hijack the vehicle.The PSNI also said it had fired four “baton rounds” and accused militant republicans of using the cover of rioting youths to mount attacks.Posted by Jim on July 18, 2018 This past week the AOH met in our 99th ennial Convention.While attending one of our meetings the Florida Vice President, Ray Lynch, proposed to the order that a committee be formed to study the possibility of creating a pin honoring members who served, or are serving, as 1st Responders in America.Politicians in Derry condemned the violence but notably did not condemn the PSNI’s use of plastic bullets.

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