Rev Joseph Parker, a Church of Ireland clergyman (left), who is taking part in a fast to raise funds for the Claudy Massacre victims at Belfast City Hall, is visited by the Bishop of Connor Most Rev Arthur H Butler. The Claudy bombings, in which nine died, occurred on the 31st July 1972. Rev Parker lost his own son, Stephen Parker, 14 years, in a car bomb blast at a row of shops on the Cavehill Road. Stephen was awarded the Queen's Commendation for bravery for his efforts in warning people...more »
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