Legacy of the Troubles
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Troubles: 'No-one will talk while prosecution risk exists'

Jimmy Quigley was an IRA man shot dead by the Army in Belfast in 1972 during the Troubles.

His family wants answers about the circumstances of his death and his brother Tommy Quigley watches the debate about the legacy of the Troubles with keen interest.

Tommy is a former IRA life sentence prisoner who is still on licence after his release.

He believes a legacy process in which people are willing to come forward is needed - he says that can only happen with an amnesty.

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  • 26 Aug 2019