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Gerry Adams welcomes U.K. court ruling as ‘an indictment of the policy of internment; a very brutal practice’

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Reacting to a U.K. Supreme Court decision that he was unlawfully imprisoned in the 1970s, the former Sinn Fein leader said, “The British government has an onus and a responsibility to identify and to contact any former internee who fell foul of this practice.”