Bobby Sands Trust “There was absolutely no change in the government’s position.” An unpublished interview with Sir John Blelloch, a member of MI5 who had been seconded to the NIO as a Deputy Secretary at the time of the 1980 and 1981 hunger strikes, has come into the possession of the Bobby Sands Trust. Bobby Sands rejoint les forces de l’IRA en 1972.Avant la fin de l’année, en octobre, il est arrêté et emprisonné jusqu’en 1976 pour la possession de quatre armes à feu chez lui.. À sa libération, il retourne auprès de sa famille et vit à Twinbrook, à l’ouest de Belfast.Bobby devient rapidement un des principaux activistes de sa communauté. "Due to the diligent work of some republican activists at that He plans to display at Féile an Phobail in 2022 (the fiftieth anniversary of him first coming to Ireland) a range of his extraordinary photographs of life in Belfast and Derry back then. Speaking at the event Mr. Adams said: "I think that the work done by the Bobby Sands Trust, which deals with the prison struggles in Armagh and in the H blocks of Long Kesh, is hugely important and significant. Sands dies on his 66th day The Irish Times, May 5th, 1981. formally re-launched the Bobby Sands Trust web site. Pedram Moallemian, a former Iranian student, wrote this article which is posted on the Bobby Sands Trust website.In it, Moallemian recounts back to …

Excerpt from Slugger O’Toole comment section discussion, looking at the Sands family objection to the Bobby Sands Trust, and deconstucting the Sile Darragh letter.. Sile Darragh is a member of the Bobby Sands Trust, which has a vested interest in protecting the Morrison narrative, not least because Danny Morrison is its secretary.. Activités avec l'IRA. Gérard covered the conflict between 1972 and 1976 and last March donated his archive to, amongst others, the Bobby Sands Trust and the Museum of Free Derry. Bobby Sands died on 5 May 1981, aged 27, after 66 days on hunger strike against British refusal to grant political status to him and other Irish republican prisoners. By David McKittrick. This is the biography or Bobby Sands published by the Bobby Sands Trust (www.bobbysandstrust.com) Bobby Sands, Roibeard Gearóid Ó Seachnasaigh, was born in 1954 in Rathcoole, a predominantly loyalist district of north Belfast. THE Bobby Sands Trust has rejected calls from the family of the former hunger striker to disband amid anger at its participation in a controversial new graphic novel about his life. His twenty-seventh birthday fell on the ninth day of his sixty-six-day hunger strike.