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Woman who lost six family members in the Troubles ‘disgusted’ by amnesty plans

Jennifer Jordan lost six family members in the Troubles, including her father Clifford, a UDR veteran. She tells Eimear McGovern why she is ‘disgusted’ by the amnesty plans

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Devastating loss: Jennifer Jordan with a picture of her father Clifford Lowry. (Brian Lawless/PA)

Devastating loss: Jennifer Jordan with a picture of her father Clifford Lowry. (Brian Lawless/PA)

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Devastating loss: Jennifer Jordan with a picture of her father Clifford Lowry. (Brian Lawless/PA)

Jennifer Jordan was 30 years old when, while inside the family home in Armagh, she heard gunfire. When she went outside, she saw her father, Ulster Defence Regiment veteran Clifford Lundy, lying on the ground having been shot and killed.

It was January 2 1980 and her family had already lost three members of their family during the Troubles, with her father being the fourth to be murdered. Two other family members would also go on to lose their lives in the conflict.


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