Willie Frazer

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Willie Frazer
Born
William Frederick Frazer

(1960-07-08)8 July 1960
Died28 June 2019(2019-06-28) (aged 58)
CitizenshipBritish
OccupationActivist, advocate

William Frederick "Willie" Frazer (8 July 1960 – 28 June 2019)[1] was an Northern Irish Ulster loyalist activist. He was against the Irish republican violence in Northern Ireland during The Troubles. He was the founder and leader of the pressure group Families Acting for Innocent Relatives (FAIR).

He was also a leader of the Love Ulster campaign[2] and more recently, the Belfast City Hall flag protests.

On 28 June 2019, Frazer died at the age of 58 from multiple organ failure in Craigavon, Northern Ireland.[3]

References[change | change source]

  1. Time is running out FAIR, 11 January 2009
  2. McKay, Susan (2005). Northern Protestants: An unsettled people. The Blackstaff Press. ISBN 978-0-85640-771-0.
  3. "Victims campaigner Willie Frazer dies". BBC news. 2019-06-28. Retrieved 2019-06-28.