Justice at last for the forgotten victims of sectarian murder in Dundalk
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The Argus (Dundalk), 12 July 2006:
Joint Committee likely to hold series of hearings in autumn
At their meeting last Wednesday the Joint Committee briefly considered the Report of the Independent Commission and held a preliminary discussion with Mr Justice Barron the author of the report.
The Joint Committee subsequently decided to adopt and publish Justice Barron's report as an interim report.
It was also agreed that a sub-committee would be established to consider the report.
The membership of that sub-committee is: Deputies Sean Ardagh, Marie Hoctor, Kathleen Lynch, Finian McGrath, Sean O'Fearghail, Senators, Maurice Cummins and Jim Walsh.
The sub-committee wil in all likelihood issue invitations and hold a series of hearings in September and October after which it will present a draft report to the Joint Committee which will be laid before the Houses of the Oireachtas and which will be published as soon as possible and hopefully within the deadline set by the Houses.
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Download the Barron Report on the Dundalk bombing from the Oireachtas website.
See the Irish News, 5 July 2006: "Relatives 'furious' over Barron report blunder
See also The Irish News online breaking news, 5 July 2006: Pub bombers 'treated better than victims' families'
See also: Oireachtas press release of 5 July 2006.
Daily Ireland, 6 July 2006: Blast victim’s relative hits out
The Irish Examiner, 6 July 2006: Loyalists had licence to kill Catholics, finds inquiry
The Irish Independent, 6 July 2006: Bombers 'treated better than victims'
The Irish News, 6 July 2006: Relatives want 1975 bombing inquiry
The Irish News, 6 July 2006: Horror lives on for bar owner
The Irish News, 6 July 2006: Report points to RUC reservist's farm as base for UVF operations
The Irish News, 6 July 2006: Hope that collusion theories may be brought to surface
The Irish Times, 6 July 2006: 1970s bombing victims complain of official neglect
LMFM Radio online news report, 6 July 2006: Hearings into report on Dundalk bombing to begin in September
TOM News, 6 July 2006: Latest Barron Report Highlights Need for Ahern-Blair Summit on Collusion
Daily Ireland, 7 July 2006: Taoiseach urged to call summit
Daily Ireland, 7 July 2006: Barron inquiry typically leaves more questions than answers Conclusion of report into collusion allegations between loyalists and the British government is 'unsatisfactory'
Daily Ireland, 7 July 2006: Families to discuss Barron report
Daily Ireland, 7 July 2006: Garda probe questions raised
The Irish News of the World, 9 July 2006: Showband massacre: shocking new report Former cop behind plot
The Newry Democrat, 11 July 2006: Collusion summit call
The Argus (Dundalk), 12 July 2006: Inquiry lists 19 suspects
The Argus (Dundalk), 12 July 2006: Members of RUC and UDR probably knew about plan to bomb Dundalk
Daily Ireland, 13 July 2006: Justice Group seeks advice
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