Funeral of Provisional IRA leader, James Bryson, 26 years, married, of Ballymurphy Road, Belfast, N Ireland, on its way to  Milltown Cemetery. Bryson, one of seven escapees from the prison ship Maidstone was shot by the British Army on 22nd September 1973. Another man, Patrick Mulvenna, travelling in the same car was shot dead. A third passenger in the car was injured. The British army alleged that Bryson using an armalite with a telescopic sight had been responsible for the deaths of several soldiers and policemen. 197309250594a.<br />
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Funeral of Provisional IRA leader, James Bryson, 26 years, married, of Ballymurphy Road, Belfast, N Ireland, on its way to Milltown Cemetery. Bryson, one of seven escapees from the prison ship Maidstone was shot by the British Army on 22nd September 1973. Another man, Patrick Mulvenna, travelling in the same car was shot dead. A third passenger in the car was injured. The British army alleged that Bryson using an armalite with a telescopic sight had been responsible for the deaths of several...
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