Constable Gordon Harron, 32 years, Bangor, Co Down, N Ireland, RUC, Royal Ulster Constabulary, who died 21st October 1972, four days after an incident involving a member of the para-military Ulster Defence Association / Ulster Freedom Fighters. In the incident he and a Traffic Branch colleague had 13 bullets fired at them. A UDA/UFF member was found guilty and the mandatory death sentence for shooting a policeman was imposed. He was later reprieved. 197210210631.
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