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‘Post-conflict violence’ in Northern Ireland

Jonathan Simon, professor of law | April 6, 2011

Shortly after I departed Northern Ireland, this past Saturday, a new page was being written in the story of post-conflict violence. That afternoon, in Omagh, a 25-year-old recent recruit to the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI), was killed by a bomb booby trapped to explode when he used his car to commute to his … Continue reading »