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This documentary covers the mysterious murder of young catholic woman Margaret Perry by three IRA members from Portadown, Northern Ireland. Gregory Burns, 33, John Dignam, 32, and Aidan Starrs, 29 were responsible for her savage murder and disappearance - all were later killed by a rival IRA faction.

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