Renowned author, Derry’s Liam Campbell passed away on December 20 and his family will miss him with grief.
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“Great to see the BBC Breakfast recognise this big weekend and pay tribute to writer Liam Campbell (RIP). The truth will set us free #bloodysunday50,” wrote Cllr Shauna Cusack via Facebook.
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Campbell’s funeral was held Wednesday at St. Columba’s Church in Long Tower. He will be remembered as a wit, artistic talent and “lovable spirit”.
The warrant stated that Campbell “arranged within an organised terrorist organisation, the Irish Republican Army (RIRA), to obtain large quantities of firearms and explosives from Lithuania and smuggle them into Ireland”.