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The RUC claimed that the photos were an adequate substitute for a plaster cast. He was not taken to the scene to describe events as they unfolded nor was he contacted by the RUC again until the inquest was scheduled nearly five years after the killing. At the inquest, the mapper could not remember why he had marked "xxx" at 44 Learmore Road. It was from the doorway at 44 Learmore Road that the eyewitness claimed to have seen the gunman shoot at Patrick Shanaghan's van.
Patrick said that an RUC officer told him that the police would not be picking him up anymore because Patrick would be "going to the graveyard on the hill. They said they got the UV's [Ulster Volunteers] to sort him out. During one interrogation, an RUC officer shouted at him, "You know what happened to Patrick Shanaghan, the bastard, don't you? He didn't walk out in front of a car and was killed. Don't forget that at long last the Prods have got their act together around Castlederg.
The men had seen the car in that area twice before and assumed it was a police surveillance vehicle keeping tabs on them. It was later confirmed by the RUC to have been a surveillance vehicle.
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Only the heads of the men in the sangar could be seen and they were not wearing RUC caps. Duffy and McCaughey alleged that the men were keeping them under surveillance and were in radio contact with the red Maestro.
It was found burning by the side of a motorway the night Samuel Marshall was killed. Although the UFF ultimately claimed responsibility for the murder, it was a UVF member, Victor Graham, who helped hijack the car and was subsequently convicted of aiding and abetting the murder of Samuel Marshall. The Rover was determined to have been used in the murder. Log in.