Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams was freed without charge from police custody on May 4, 96 hours after being brought in for questioning on the murder and disappearance of mother of ten, Jean ... more 
Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams was freed without charge from police custody on May 4, 96 hours after being brought in for questioning on the murder and disappearance of mother of ten, Jean McConville by the IRA in Belfast in 1972. “Let me very clear – I am innocent of any involvement in any conspiracy to abduct, kill or bury Mrs McConville,” he said. “I have worked hard with others to have this injustice redressed and for the return of the bodies of others killed during the conflict and secretly buried by the IRA, and I will continue to do so.” Credit: YouTube/Sinn Féin less 
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