A brand new piece (unveiled March 2, 2013) to Brian Robinson and/sponsored by the Shankill Star Flute Band, in Disraeli Street – where Robinson grew up – replete with images from the first World War such as soldiers (both British and German), trenches and poppies. Robinson was killed on 2 Sept., 1989 by an army undercover unit moments after he had shot and killed a Catholic named Patrick McKenna (WP). This is the second mural on the street to Robinson. The piece is not paint, but printed boards, and the image has been generated by computer.
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Copyright © 2013 Extramural Activity
Camera Settings: f8, 1/800, ISO 400, full size
text: X01011 for god and ulster in memory of u.v.f. ulster volunteer force 1912 est. 1968