District Inspector Ross McGimpsey, RUC, N Ireland, left, who was involved in the policing of a banned civil rights march in Duke Street, Londonderry, on 5th October 1968, which turned out to be a key event in the N Ireland Troubles because television pictures of it went viral. He is seen here, on an entirely different occasion, talking to Belfast Telegraph reporter, Martin Lindsay, who went on to become that newspaper's editor. 197001160025b<br />
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District Inspector Ross McGimpsey, RUC, N Ireland, left, who was involved in the policing of a banned civil rights march in Duke Street, Londonderry, on 5th October 1968, which turned out to be a key event in the N Ireland Troubles because television pictures of it went viral. He is seen here, on an entirely different occasion, talking to Belfast Telegraph reporter, Martin Lindsay, who went on to become that newspaper's editor. 197001160025b

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