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National - Event Notice
Tuesday December 04 2012
11:30 AM

40th Anniversary of the Dublin bombings of Dec 72 and Jan 73

category national | worker & community struggles and protests | event notice author Tuesday November 27, 2012 12:21author by Joe Murphy Report this post to the editors

A wreath-laying ceremony to honour and remember the three busmen who were killed will take place in Sackville Place on the 4th of December at 11.30 am at the site of the pavement memorial: ‘A Fallen Bouquet’.
All welcome

Event Poster
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A wreath-laying ceremony to honour and remember the three busmen who were killed will take place in Sackville Place at the site of the pavement memorial: ‘A Fallen Bouquet’.

The Lord Mayor of Dublin, the CEO of Dublin Bus, Justice for the Forgotten and family members will lay wreaths.

The oration will be given by Mr. Jack O’Connor, General President of SIPTU.

The CIE Male Voice Choir and Ms Grace Bradshaw, grand-daughter of the late Tommy Duffy (killed on 1st December 1972) will provide the music.

Nobody has ever been arrested, let alone convicted, of these atrocities.

Everyone is very welcome to attend and show solidarity with the families, some of whom will be travelling from overseas to attend the event.

author by one of imc.iepublication date Tue Nov 27, 2012 12:25Report this post to the editors

The original piece has now been turned into a feature on the front page https://www.indymedia.ie/article/102755

 
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