Ref No21944
Alt Ref No21944
Artist or CreatorJak [Raymond Jackson]
Title or Caption"Now that's what we call an impartial committee!"
Extent1 item
Published byEvening Standard
Date04 Feb 1972
Embedded text or transcriptGerry Fitt
Teddy Kennedy
Col Gadaffy
Dom Mintoff
Person DepictedMcAliskey; Bernadette Devlin (1947-)
Fitt; Gerry (Gerard) (1926-); Sir
Kennedy; Edward Moore [Teddy] (1932-2009)
Qaddafi; Muammar (1942-)
Mintoff; Dom
Hitler; Adolf (1889-1945)
NotesNews: 2 Feb: Lord Widgery, Lord Chief Justice is to make the inquiry into the clash between paratroops and civil rights demonstrators in Londonderry. Asked if it would boycott the tribunal, the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association said: "We may well. This inquiry is totally unacceptable. We want an international inquiry by the International Commission of Jurists. Nothing else will do." [The Times]
Subjectscivil rights
Reports and inquiries
Bloody Sunday, Northern Ireland, 1972
Copyright contact detailsNorthcliffe House, 2 Derry Street, London W8 5TT
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