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Ombudsman report shows why a light must stay on the past… Murder of innocent people cannot be wiped away by Troubles amnesty

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Damien Walsh

Damien Walsh

Alban Maginness

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Kevin Scott / Belfast Telegraph

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Damien Walsh

The report by Marie Anderson, the Police Ombudsman, on the murder of an innocent 17- year- old Catholic at the Dairy Farm complex on March 25, 1993 is a timely reminder of the need to continue the various investigative processes surrounding the deaths of people murdered in the Troubles.

It is this type of thorough and detailed investigation into the circumstances of this young man’s murder by UDA gunmen that is central to the contentious arguments over how to deal with the legacy of the past.


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