It Is Finished
Publisher: Tom Murray
More than once, Tom Murray held someone as that person died in his arms in N. Ireland during the conflict between the Irish Republican Army factions and the British Army during the troubles from the 70`s. One of those times was an undercover Captain of the British intelligence who was shot several times by the PIRA at point blank range, during a PIRA Easter parade. Born a Catholic in Derry in the heart of the Bogside on the 12th of July. The very day the Protestant Orangemen march throughout the province but especially on the Derry walls looking over into the Bogside with a shout of “no surrender”. While many joined the IRA various factions against British rule became a volunteer at the First Aid post in the language of the time and location. He didn’t care who was wounded, he only wanted to help those in great need of first aid before medical aid was available.
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