IRA Old Bailey bomber who implicated Gerry Adams in the murder of Jean McConville is found dead Dolours Price died after a suspected drug overdose at home in IrelandThe mother of two was jailed for life for her role in 1973 Old Bailey bombingPrice became a vocal critic of Gerry Adams after her release from jailShe accused the Sein Fein President of being in the IRAShe said he personally ordered the abduction of several 'traitors' in the 70sThese included Jean McConnell, a Catholic who comforted a British soldierThe 37-year-old widow was shot in the head in 1972 /09/23/article-2207494-152A453D000005DC-449_634x446.jpg” width=”634″ height=”446″ alt=”Carnage: The scene after an IRA bomb exploded outside the Old Bailey in central London in 1973″ class=”blkBorder” /> Carnage: The scene after an IRA bomb exploded outside the Old Bailey in central London in 1973 which killed one person and injured 200 people Allegations: Price – an outspoken critic of the peace process – accused Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams, who has always denied ever having been a member of the IRA, of sanctioning the Old Bailey court attack She accused Mr Adams of personally ordering the abduction of several of the 'disappeared' – people the IRA believed to be traitors in the 1970s. They included Belfast mother-of-10 Mrs McConville, a Catholic who comforted a British soldier. Dead: An allegation was made that Jean McConville was killed by the 'unknowns' squad Mrs McConville, a 37-year-old widow, was shot in the head in 1972
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