Bronze plaque № 10979 in Belfast

The murder of Terry Enright, a 28 year old father of two, who worked with disadvantaged teenagers, has been one of the few that literally united, if only briefly, this divided society. Hundreds of young people, Catholic and Protestant, walked behing the casket, carrying flowers and handmade signs in tribute to a man considered one of the greatest in Belfast.
Terry, husband of Deirdre and father of Ciara and Aoife, was murdered nearby this sacred site.
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