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In Memoriam: Ms Jean Smyth-Campbell


In Memoriam: Ms Jean Smyth-Campbell: But there was no evidence of this. In fact, the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) did not even secure and examine the bus terminus where she was shot dead. Ballistic tests that the RUC took proved insufficient to detail even the type or calibre of the ammunition used when examined in 2006 and 2007.

This perturbed the family as they testify that they heard machine-gun fire when Jean was shot, and actually witnessed the bullet-ridden car – Jean’s father, William, was picked up in it by the survivor after Jean’s body was bundled into the back of a taxi and taken towards the hospital. It never reached there as the taxi, with Jean in the back, was stopped and taken into Andersonstown Police Station. No explanation has been given for this.

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