West Belfast demonstration in honour of those killed by plastic and rubber bullets

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Jim McCabe and his daughter Aine with her children.

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A protest has been held in west Belfast against the use of plastic bullets and as a tribute to those killed by them...

Jim McCabe's wife Nora died after being hit by a police plastic bullet during the hunger strikes in 1981.

He's told Q Radio Nora was part of a peaceful protest when people were saying prayers - also that an inquest found she was completely innocent.

Jim has long campaigned for justice for victims.

And the 71-year-old says the threat from what he calls "the lethal weapons" still remains today...

Jim and Nora's daughter Aine was only three months old when her mother was killed...









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