Wednesday June 3, 2020

‘The old fear is back again’

Northern residents are nervous that the recent killings have wiped out ten years of progress, writes Joanne Crozier in Craigavon

14th March, 2009

It’s the question that no mother in the North thought she would have to answer again - ‘‘Why did they shoot that man, mummy?”

However, in a week that threatened to reverse ten years of progress, parents in Craigavon were once again challenged with a brutal reality that many prayed the hand of history had firmly ushered away. In the words of one: ‘‘The old fear is back’’....

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