Story of Glenanne Gang premiers in Belfast

Investigative reporter Barry McCaffrey with film director Sean Murray at the Belfast premier of Unquiet Graves.

A DOCUMENTARY about the loyalist Glenanne Gang - thought to have been responsible for more than 120 killings in an area of Mid Ulster once dubbed 'murder triangle' - premiered in Belfast on Thursday.

West Belfast filmmaker Sean Murray directed the film that tells the story of a gang of loyalists, that included members of the security forces, involved in a sectarian campaign of terror from 1972 until 1978.

Speaking at an audience question and answer session after the screening Mr Murray, said there is "nothing to fear by stories being told by all sides of the community in relation to the conflict".

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