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Arrest: McConville Was One Of 'Disappeared'
Jean McConville was abducted by an IRA gang of up to 12 men and women at her Belfast home in 1972 after being accused of spying for the British.
The 37-year-old was taken from her home at Divis Flats at gunpoint and shot in the back of the head.
Her murder was one of the most notorious incidents during the Troubles.
For years she was one of the so-called Disappeared, those abducted and killed by republican paramilitaries during this period and buried in unmarked graves.
Mrs McConville's children were told their mother had abandoned them.
It was not until August 2003 that her remains were found over the border in the Republic of Ireland, on Shelling Hill beach in County Louth - 50 miles from her home.
The IRA had admitted responsibility for her killing in 1999, although no one has ever been charged with her murder.
The claim that Mrs McConville was an informer was dismissed after an official investigation by the Northern Ireland Police Ombudsman.
She was held at one or more houses before being shot and buried in secret.