ON THE 7TH OF JUNE 1921, PATRICK MAHER AND EDMOND FOLEY WERE THE LAST OF ‘THE FORGOTTEN TEN’ EXECUTED IN MOUNTJOY PRISON DURING THE WAR OF INDEPENDENCE. THEY WERE ACCUSED OF KILLING TWO RIC POLICEMEN DURING THE IRA RESCUE OF SEÁN HOGAN AT KNOCKLONG STATION IN LIMERICK ON 13 MAY 1919.

ON THE 7TH OF JUNE 1921, PATRICK MAHER AND EDMOND FOLEY WERE THE LAST OF ‘THE FORGOTTEN TEN’ EXECUTED IN MOUNTJOY PRISON DURING THE WAR OF INDEPENDENCE. THEY WERE ACCUSED OF KILLING TWO RIC POLICEMEN DURING THE IRA RESCUE OF SEÁN HOGAN AT KNOCKLONG STATION IN LIMERICK ON 13 MAY 1919.

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