Conway's Bar, Shore Road, Belfast, N Ireland, where James Mitchell, 38 years, Roman Catholic, North Belfast, died on 29th March 1974 when a UVF gas cylinder bomb which he was attempting to carry from Conway's Bar on the Shore Road exploded. One member of the UVF bombing team received ten life sentences in 1978 for this and other offences. A second bomb was defused by a British Army technical officer i.e. a bomb disposal officer. 197403300177PCB
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