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I don't give a fuck whether you're innocent or not, Hill. I've got orders right from the top and you're signing this statement. (Paddy Hill explains how he was framed) Waiting for the result of the Birmingham Six appeal, an Irishman sings 'The patriot game' - a song from the 1916 uprisings which is banned on the British airwaves R.U.C Untitled image Paul Hill is welcomed home with gifts from Gerry Adams M.P. and the people of West Belfast Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Bastards Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Falls Road Gerry Adams MP speaking at Whiterock Community Centre, West Belfast Untitled image Remembering the Blanket Protest R.U.C. surround the park, where a rally to commemorate the 1981 hunger strikes is taking place. Officer on the left has cocked his plastic bullet gun. No baton rounds were discharged Upper class git with a gun Bernadette McKaliskey, M.P. Irish music Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Paratrooper watches as a fancy dress parade to mark the opening of the West Belfast community festival passes Frances Donnelly (from Belfast) at a demo against plastic bullets Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image Untitled image