Hugh Devine, 33 years, Olympic Drive, Strabane, N Ireland, who was fatally injured during a scuffle with a British Army patrol in the town on 22nd June 1974. He died of a gunshot wound on his way to hospital. A soldier was charged with his murder. This is believed to be the first time this has happened. The charge was later reduced to manslaughter and the soldier involved was acquitted. Mr Devine is pictured at a social funcion with his wife, Shiela,197406220354HD.
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