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The Hooded Men: torture, lies and a quest for justice
Who are the ‘Hooded Men’?
During the Troubles in Northern Ireland, the UK government arrested hundreds of men as part of “Operation Demetrius” in the summer of 1971.
342 people were interned (imprisoned without trial) as part of the Operation.
14 men were chosen for 'special treatment' and were taken to a secret interrogation centre. The men were forced to wear hoods and thrown to the ground from low-flying helicopters while hooded. These 14 men became commonly known as the 'Hooded Men'.