Campaign gets new inquest into IRA massacre

Following our campaign for justice, the attorney general has ordered the coroner to proceed with a new inquest. The inquest into the slaughter of ten Protestant work men at Kingsmill by the IRA will start on the 17th of Feb at the high court. The day will come when at lest some of these killer”s will be brought to justice. We will not stop until they are all  exposed as killers. Kingsmill Massacre by IRA

Whitecross-Kingsmill-Massacre of ten Protestant work men at Kingsmill by the IRA

On 5 January 1976, the textile workers were traveling home in rural County Armagh. Just after the van cleared the rise of a hill, there was a man standing in the road flashing a torch. The van stopped and 11 other IRA men, all armed, emerged from hedges around the road. The IRA asked their religions. There was only one Catholic left on the bus. He was identified and ordered away from his Protestant workmates and ran off. The IRA gunmen then opened fire. One man, Alan Black, survived despite being shot 18 times.

IRA MASSACRE

IRA MASSACRE