Justice at last for the forgotten victims of sectarian murder in Dundalk
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This public statement was issued by Justice For the Forgotten and the Pat Finucane Centre on 25 September 2006:
PUBLIC HEARINGS INTO THE
BARRON REPORT ON THE BOMBING OF KAY’S TAVERN, DUNDALK ON
19th DECEMBER 1975
hearings before the Irish parliamentary Joint Oireachtas Committee on Justice,
Equality, Defence and Women’s Rights will commence tomorrow, Tuesday, 26th
September on the above report. As well as the bombing of
Dundalk, that of Castleblayney, Dublin Airport, the railway line at Baronrath
Bridge, Co. Kildare, the Miami Showband murders, the gun and bomb attack at
Donnelly’s Bar, Silverbridge and several other atrocities in which collusion
is suspected, will be included.
members and survivors of these atrocities will tell their own personal stories
to the Committee at tomorrow’s session. On Wednesday, 27th
September, Justice for the Forgotten and the Pat Finucane Centre will
appear before the Committee and give presentations based on their substantive
written submissions already furnished to the Committee.
for the Forgotten and
the Pat Finucane Centre believe that it is now possible to make links
between four attacks in this State in the two-year period from May 1974 to March
1976, which claimed the lives of 38 people and that it is also possible to make
a very much stronger case for the existence of direct collusion in these cases
than ever before.
or the PFC
at 0044 7989323418
Date: 25th September 2006
See the Dundalk Democrat's brief report of the opening of Oireachtas Justice Sub-Committee hearings into the recent Barron Report on the Dundalk bombing and other British/loyalist atrocities during the 1970s. The report features an interview with Margaret English, a daughter of victim Hugh Watters:
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