We can be hounded because we held records and terrorists didn't

All essays that have already appeared in this series on the legacy imbalance are now together in a new section on our website:

Friday, 21st September 2018, 3:57 pm
Updated Saturday, 22nd September 2018, 6:20 am
A march by 700 veterans to the Guildhall a decade ago, in September 2008, to commemorate servicemen and women who served in Northern Ireland during military campaign, Operation Banner. Photo: Johnny Green/PA Wire

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News Letter series for the late summer and autumn of 2018 on how after decades of murder and mayhem in which the IRA was most culpable, the legacy processes have turned against state forces to a grossly disproportionate extent
Alan Barry, an ex Grenadier Guard, who was born in Dublin and helped found Justice For Northern Ireland Veterans, which seeks to get justice for Army veterans of the Troubles
Alan Barry in his younger days as a Grenadier Guard