David Burke Soldiers F and G used an armoured personnel carrier or ‘pig’ assigned to them, as a mobile torture chamber to electrocute people in Belfast in the weeks after Bloody Sunday.
Introduction.

The brutality displayed by David Cleary (Soldier F) and Ron Cook (Soldier G) of 1 Para on Bloody Sunday in Derry on 30 January 1972 was not an aberration. After murdering a string of unarmed civilians, they were taken to Fort George where they beat up a group of innocent prisoners including a priest. They then returned to Belfast. What is revealed here for the first time is how they used the armoured personnel carrier or ‘pig’ assigned to them as a mobile torture chamber to electrocute people in Belfast in the weeks after Bloody Sunday.
1. Murder

Cleary is alive and may yet face criminal charges for his actions on Bloody Sunday when he and Cook (who is dead) were conveyed in their ‘pig’ into the Bogside at speed. They leapt out of the vehicle and took up positions behind a low wall adjacent to a ramp on Kells Walk from where they shot Michael Kelly. Kelly was unarmed and standing at a nearby rubble barricade, a threat to no one.

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Bloody Sunday Murderers Operated A Mobile Torture Chamber

David Burke Soldiers F and G used an armoured personnel carrier or ‘pig’ assigned to them, as a mobile torture chamber to electrocute people in Belfast in the weeks after Bloody Sunday.
Introduction.

The brutality displayed by David Cleary (Soldier F) and Ron Cook (Soldier G) of 1 Para on Bloody Sunday in Derry on 30 January 1972 was not an aberration. After murdering a string of unarmed civilians, they were taken to Fort George where they beat up a group of innocent prisoners including a priest. They then returned to Belfast. What is revealed here for the first time is how they used the armoured personnel carrier or ‘pig’ assigned to them as a mobile torture chamber to electrocute people in Belfast in the weeks after Bloody Sunday.
1. Murder

Cleary is alive and may yet face criminal charges for his actions on Bloody Sunday when he and Cook (who is dead) were conveyed in their ‘pig’ into the Bogside at speed. They leapt out of the vehicle and took up positions behind a low wall adjacent to a ramp on Kells Walk from where they shot Michael Kelly. Kelly was unarmed and standing at a nearby rubble barricade, a threat to no one.

Continue reading @ Village.

2 comments:

  1. My first impression was ....all the players in the conflict got a mention about the beatings and tortures to death they carried out during the conflict...But no mention of the prison service and the abuse they metted out on prisoners...

    Maybe someone can help me out...Why hasn't the prison service ever been held to account for the beatings, torture s they metted out to prisoners?

    Quillers, we have all read, watched youtube videos of former prisoners talking about the beatings they got....Yet the screwa seem to get away without being held to any sort of account...

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