McGuinness confronted while canvassing by son of soldier killed by IRA

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The son of a soldier shot dead by the IRA in the 1980s has confronted presidential hopeful Martin McGuinness out canvassing in Co. Westmeath earlier today.
Private Patrick Kelly and trainee Garda Gary Sheenan died in a shoot out during the kidnapping of supermarket giant Don Tidey in 1983.
Today in a shopping centre in Athlone, Private Kelly’s son David questioned the Sinn Fein Candidate about who murdered his father.
Martin McGuinness said he didn’t know who was responsible – but offered his sympathy to the Kelly family.
Mr Kelly says he doesn’t believe Mr. McGuinness:


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