The wife, Betty Brown, and mother-in-law, Mrs Mary Mahood, of Albert Brown, leaving Crumlin Road jail, Belfast, 6th April 1973, after learning that Brown’s death sentence for the murder of RUC constable, Gordon Harron, had been commuted to a prison term. In February 1973 when the fatal shooting occured the death sentence was mandatory for the murder of a police officier. 19, , 7304060189a
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