Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams held over 1972 Jean McConville killing ~ Henry McDonald, Ireland correspondent, theguardian.com,
Northern Ireland police say 65-year-old man detained in investigation into one of most notorious killings of the Troubles.
Sinn Féin‘s president Gerry Adams has been arrested and questioned about one of the most notorious killings of the Troubles – the kidnapping, murder and secret burial of widowed mother of 10, Jean McConville, republican sources said on Wednesday night.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland said that a 65-year-old man was detained in connection with the investigation into the McConville murder. The suspect was taken to the PSNI’s serious crime suite at Antrim police station.
McConville was dragged at gunpoint from her children just before Christmas in 1972 and was later “disappeared” by…
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