ERIE: Quiet Anniversary

It was the quietest Easter in years, so it was. Indeed, nothing happened at all at all -nothing only a few fire bombs in a Belfast theater and four Royal Ulster constables shot, one for keeps, God rest his soul.

The usually busy Belfast courts had no aftermaths before them last week except two colleens of 16 and 18 who had killed the constable. Nevertheless, the Irish Republican Army were still as busy as nailers in other ways, so Scotland Yard, believing

I.R.A. Chief Sean Russell dead, went haring after his supposed successor....

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