The violent, protracted conflict known as The Troubles claimed many innocent victims in Northern Ireland. But one atrocity stood out for journalist Barry McCaffrey – the massacred of six men in the quiet, tiny village of Loughinisland. The killings stuck with him, in part because it seemed so clear who the suspects were, so why were they walking free?

Barry explains how he spent years digging into what happened after the massacre, an investigation that would be developed into the acclaimed Alex Gibney film No Stone Unturned. It is a story that would have unintended consequences…

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