No Entry PSNI

“Murder”, “collusion”. The three-in-one policeman-Orange Order member-loyalist paramilitary is struck through in the style of a road sign. New Lodge Road, Belfast.

M01695 M01696

Copyright © 2002 Peter Moloney

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Hunger Strike 81

Here are two images of a variety of small boards in Gardenmore Road/Laburnum Way, Belfast, including three about the RUC, a tricoloured H-shaped board with ten crosses, and a portrait of Bobby Sands who lived in the building that the boards are on. (The portrait and the items in the second image date back to at least 1996. See C01012 and C01007.)

M01632 M01633

Copyright © 2002 Peter Moloney

Bloody Sunday 97/Róisín McAliskey

Stencils in Lecky Road, Derry. Above, a giant eye for the 25th anniversary of Bloody Sunday. Below, “Free Róisín McAliskey”. McAliskey (daughter of Bernadette Devlin McAliskey) was arrested in 1996 in connection with an attack on a British Army base in Germany and held until March 1998. The “No RUC” features a skeleton and appears to be hand-drawn.

M01315 M01314 [M01373 is another ‘Bloody Sunday 97’ in William st]

Copyright © 1997 Peter Moloney