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Photograph: The late Jack Rooney, victim of the Dundalk bombing, 19 December 1975, a council wrker, aged 60 years at the time of his murder .Photograph: The late Mr. Hugh Watters, a self-employed tailor, aged 60, who was murdered by the loyalist bombing of Dundalk, 19 December 1975.


The Irish Examiner online edition, 27 February 2003:

Group calls for new Dublin-Monaghan bombings inquiry

27/02/2003 - 6:35:34 pm

There has been another call for a public inquiry into the Dublin and Monaghan car bombings in 1974, and an explosion in Dundalk in 1975.

The Justice for the Forgotten group says it is furious with the British government over its failure to properly co-operate with the Barron Inquiry, which is investigating the bombings.

Spokesperson Margaret Urwin says London has broken its promises.

"We are very disappointed that despite assurances given by the Prime Minister Tony Blair and by the former Northern Ireland Secretary Dr John Reid that very little of substance has been forwarded to the Commission of Inquiry," she said

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