Sally-Anne Staunton, daughter of Belfast, N Ireland Resident Magistrate, William John Staunton, who died 3 months after he was shot by the Provisional IRA as he was dropping off his two daughters and two of their friends at St Dominic's High School on the Falls Road, West Belfast. Sally-Anne has written a poem about her father's murder which is reproduced in full in Gerald Seymour's famous novel, 'Harry's Game'. 197301270040
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