The family car in which 15 months old Graeme Dougan was sitting on his mother's knee on 1st January 1977 when a 100 car bomb exploded as police were still clearing the area at Harmin Park, Glengormley, Newtownabbey, N Irleland. Graeme was struck by shrapnel and died at the scene. A sheet of plastic covers the passenger side window which took the full force of the blast. Two men were convicted in connection with the incident the following year. They were each sentenced to 18 years, 197701010026b.
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