Republican Liam Sutcliffe (Part two)

            Republican Liam Sutcliffe (Part two)

Liam Sutcliffe gives his own account of the people who were branded terrorists in their youth and what it was like to live through those turbulent times.

In 1966 on the 50th anniversary of the 1916 Easter rising Sutcliffe was involved in an operation to blow up Nelson’s Pillar in O’Connell Street Dublin.

He was also instrumental in organising the funeral of Saor Eire member Liam Walsh, who  in 1970 was killed in a premature explosion at the rear of McKee army base in Dublin. 

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