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As part of her campaign to prove the innocence of the Maguire Seven and the Guildford Four, Annie Maguire takes her case to Tánaiste Brian Lenihan, at Iveagh House in Dublin. The Four and Seven were wrongly convicted of pub bombings carried out by the IRA in England. (l–r:) Annie’s sister Mary McCaffery, Annie Maguire, Therese Smalley and Errol Smalley, Chairman of the Guildford Four and Maguire Family Relatives Support Group.
7 July 1987

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As part of her campaign to prove the innocence of the Maguire Seven and the Guildford Four, Annie Maguire takes her case to Tánaiste Brian Lenihan, at Iveagh House in Dublin. The Four and Seven were wrongly convicted of pub bombings carried out by the IRA in England. (l–r:) Annie’s sister Mary McCaffery, Annie Maguire, Therese Smalley and Errol Smalley, Chairman of the Guildford Four and Maguire Family Relatives Support Group.<br />
7 July 1987