Wednesday June 3, 2020

Stalker to give evidence on shoot-to-kill policy

John Stalker, the former British police chief who investigated the killings of three IRA men in the 1980s, will be called to give evidence in public by an inquest into the ‘shoot-to-kill’ deaths.

13th October, 2007

John Stalker, the former British police chief who investigated the killings of three IRA men in the 1980s, will be called to give evidence in public by an inquest into the ‘shoot-to-kill’ deaths.

Stalker has been called before the inquest into the 1982 shootings of Gervais McKerr, Eugene Toman and Sean Burns, which opened in Belfast last week. It is the first time that Stalker - whose report into the shooting dead of...

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