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SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 2013
EDITION NO. 34,939
Serving Cork for 120 years
Sophie Foley and Keela Craven from St Catherine’s NS, Model Farm Road, taking part in the inter-schools team showjumping competition as part of Cork Summer Show which runs today and tomorrow. See page four. Picture: Larry Cummins
33-year-old shot by IRA in Ballyvolane A MAN has been shot in Ballyvolane in what the Real IRA is claiming is a punishment attack. In a statement issued through the Cork branch of the 32 County Sovereignty Movement, the Real IRA said its “Cork Brigade” carried out the attack in an area known as the Long Lane in the Ballyvolane/Dublin Hill area.
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The 33-year-old man is originally from Cork, but had been living in Dublin until his recent return to his native city. It understood he was shot in the leg in the attack. His injuries are not life-threatening. In their statement, the Real IRA said: “He was shot in the leg for his
un-Republican conduct.” Two ambulances were called to the scene and he was rushed to hospital when the incident occurred last Thursday. Gardaí became aware of the incident after being contacted by the HSE after staff at the hospital discovered the man had been shot. No complaint has yet been made to gardaí about the attack. Gardaí are also investigating an in-
cident which saw four raiders break into a house near Kilbehenny, North Cork on Thursday night, where they tied up a husband, wife and a female relative in their 50s. All three received hospital treatment for their injuries. The raiders escaped with a small amount of money. A shooting incident in Onslow Gardens in the city is also being investigated — see page two.
Published on Jun 15, 2013