Liam McDonald, 18 years, Roman Catholic, apprentice tiler, Carnreagh Bend, Rathcoole, Newtownabbey, N Ireland, who was shot dead by the UDA/UFF on 2nd May 1973. He was apprehended after leaving his girlfriend's house. Altogether 5 men were convicted, one of whom got a life sentence. 197305020242
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