The Hard Road

2013-10-22 BootsyBegley+
Thomas “Bootsey” Begley died when a bomb he was carrying into a fish shop on the Shankill Road exploded. The bomb killed Begley and nine others. The plaque above was unveiled in Ardoyne on October 20th, 2013 – twenty years after the event – to protests from relatives of the deceased (BBC-NI).
See also the plaque on the Shankill to the nine people who died.
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Copyright © 2013 Extramural Activity
Camera Settings: f5, 1/1000, ISO 400, full size 3467 x 2357
text: X01408 belfast brigade oglach died on active service 23rd october 1993 always remembered by his many comrades and friends it takes courage and devotion to your people to take the hard road to freedom seamus twomey

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