Last week saw two very significant and contrasting interpretations of our recent history in Northern Ireland.
The first was the moving testimony of Pam Morrison, speaking publicly for the first time about her three brothers who were separately hunted down and murdered by the IRA in rural Fermanagh in the 1980s.
The second was the funeral of Kevin Mc Kenna, allegedly a former IRA leader.
Ronnie Graham was killed in June 1981 as he was delivering coal.
In November 1981 Cecil Graham was leaving his in-laws’ house where his Catholic wife was staying with their prematurely born five week old son Darren, when the IRA shot him 16 times.
In February 1985 Jimmy Graham was parking his school bus at a primary school in Derrylin when he was shot 26 times.
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