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Walls of Silence" subverts that success as Catherine McCartney, one of Robert's sisters, reveals the reality of life in the Short Strand - the tiny nationalist enclave in east Belfast where the family lived - and explodes the myth of Republican non-involvement
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TITLE: Walls of Silence. Acceptable - Very well read. May have significant wear and tear and contain notes & highlighting. Good - Usual signs of a well read book but good overall condition. Read full description. See details and exclusions. When Robert McCartney was murdered in 2005, the subsequent cover-up by the Republican movement looked to be successful. However, it did not count on the bravery of his loved ones. The author challenges the Sinn Fein/IRA control of Northern Ireland's Catholic working-class ghettos and names the names known to everyone in the Short Strand. Catherine McCartney is a school teacher in Belfast.
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The McCartney sisters remain resolutely determined to see justice for their murdered brother, Robert, Catherine McCartney said in Belfast last night at the publication of her book about the killing, Walls of Silence. Author Margaret Ward launched the book, which is published by Gill & Macmillan, in Belfast's Linen Hall Library
Catherine McCartney said the family was coming up against a wall of silence which is as strong today as it was on the day Robert was murdered. Her sister, Gemma, described it as a conspiracy of silence. The sisters emphasised that the murder was a criminal matter. You are currently logged out.
Last night, Belfast's Linen Hall Library hosted the launch of Walls of Silence by Catherine McCartney, one of the five sisters of Robert McCartney, murdered in January 2005 by, the sisters have always maintained, members of the 3rd (Belfast) Battalion of the IRA, known locally as the "Hallion Battalion". The publication of the book could not be more timely, and not just because, as Catherine writes, "the hammer blows against the wall of silence" over her brother's murder have in recent months been softening, threatening to peter out altogether
They had tins of paint and bags of feathers, she's five months pregnant and her husband's in Armagh prison, there's nothing anyone can do," she said. Her crime was refusing to store ammunition for the IRA in her home. Even today, those who speak out face walls of silence. Catherine McCartney passes round photographs of herself and her sisters.