Protesters outside Belfast's Laganside Court yesterday blasted the Irish Government over its apparent reluctance to disclose information relating to the Kingsmill massacre.
Before the inquest resumed after a break of almost a year, some relatives of the Kingsmill victims held a banner with the words 'Justice delayed, justice denied, our pain is Ireland's shame'.
Speaking for the group, victims' campaigner Willie Frazer accused Dublin of suppressing information.
"They should be ashamed of themselves," he told the Belfast Telegraph.
"We want what they promised two years ago, full disclosure.
"The Taoiseach looked us straight in the eye and said he would do all he could to help us. They have only given us 60 newspaper cuttings, that's it."