McGuinness facing £10mclaim from son of IRA murder victim

Martin McGuinness, the Sinn Fe¤ in deputy first minister in the North, is facing a £10 million claim for damages in a civil action taken by the son of a man killed by the IRA.

26th June, 2010

Martin McGuinness, the Sinn Fe¤ in deputy first minister in the North, is facing a £10 million claim for damages in a civil action taken by the son of a man killed by the IRA.

James Frazer, a member of the Ulster Defence Regiment, was shot dead in 1975 while off duty in Co Armagh. Frazer’s son, William, appeared in the High Court in Belfast last Monday and said that he had served the...

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