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Part 3: Hilda Murrell - Murdered By The British State?
June 28, 2016 Jason McCrossan
Monday Matters: Music, News, & Interviews

Part 3: Hilda Murrell - Murdered By The British State?

June 28, 2016

Jason McCrossan

In 1984 Hilda Murrell, a 78-year-old distinguished rose-grower turned anti-nuclear campaigner, was found brutally murdered outside her home town of Shrewsbury, England. The case became one of the biggest, most bizarre and baffling British murders of the 20th century involving political conspiracies surrounding the nuclear industry and the Falklands War. In the final part, Jason speaks to Hilda's nephew, formal Naval Commander Robert Green about what he thinks is directly responsible for Hilda's death; why he doesn't believe it was Andrew George who killed Hilda - and what resolution he like to see next.
In 1984 Hilda Murrell, a 78-year-old distinguished rose-grower turned anti-nuclear campaigner, was found brutally murdered outside her home town of Shrewsbury, England. The case became one of the biggest, most bizarre and baffling British murders of the 20th century involving political conspiracies surrounding the nuclear industry and the Falklands War. In the final part, Jason speaks to Hilda's nephew, formal Naval Commander Robert Green about what he thinks is directly responsible for Hilda's death; why he doesn't believe it was Andrew George who killed Hilda - and what resolution he like to see next.
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