For Irish Journalists, the "Troubles" Hit Home

Saturday, October 06, 2001

In Northern Ireland, thirty years of terror claimed another victim last Saturday. Reporter Martin O'Hagen specialized in the underworld in Belfast...and it was there that the Loyalist Red Hand Defenders, a Protestant paramilitary group, shot him dead in a drive-by attack. Brooke talks to O'Hagen's colleague Richard Sullivan, News Editor of the outspoken tabloid The Sunday World.

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