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IRA associate in BC case has no remorse for role in killing

One of the people at the center of Boston College’s controversial oral history project on the Provisional Irish Republican Army spoke out Monday about her role in the 1972 kidnapping and killing of a mother of 10 who was thought to be an informer.

In an interview with the CBS Evening News, Dolours Price expressed no regret for her actions in the slaying of Jean McConville, accused by the IRA of giving information to the British government, nor in the 1973 car bombing at London’s “Old Bailey” courthouse.

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