November 2001: Britain's
Zero Response >>>
The bereaved families and survivors of the Dublin and Monaghan Bombings
1974 are launching an intensive international campaign seeking immediate
British co-operation with the Independent Commission of Inquiry into the
bombings, as they fear that the Commission may be forced by Britains
delay to compile its report without access to crucial information on the
circumstances surrounding the bombings in which 33 people lost their lives.
Services Support Centre
Justice for the Forgotten welcomes the decision of the Government to provide
funding for the establishment of a Family Service Support Centre. The
Dublin and Monaghan families acknowledge this as the first tangible expression
of support for the needs of the victims in the past 27 years.
January 2001: '72
& '73 Families unite with Justice For The Forgotten >>>
On Saturday January 20, the 28th anniversary of the 1973 Dublin bombing,
the families of the victim of that atrocity and of the victims of the
December 1, 1972 bombings, met with Justice for the Forgotten, the campaign
seeking truth and justice for the victims of the Dublin and Monaghan bombings
of May 17, 1974.
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