Game of Truth
In the more-than 20 years since the Good Friday Agreement brought peace to Northern Ireland, the festering sores caused by state collusion still cause rancour in both communities. The recent successful civil action by the family of Loughlin Maginn, who was shot dead in 1989 by the UDA, was a reminder as to how thorny these cases can be.
Game of Truth (Ar Lorg na Fírinne identifies the architect of this policy and examines five such cases, some well known, others less so. [DOM]
Activist Ciarán MacAirt will participate in a post-screening discussion.
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