December 2002: 30th
Anniv. of '72 & '73 bombings >>>
For the past thirty years suspicion has surrounded the Dublin bombings
of December 1972 and January 1973. Currently Mr. Justice Henry Barron
is reviewing the files on these incidents as part of his inquiry into
the Dublin & Monaghan Bombings of 17 May 1974. The bereaved families
and survivors hope that the Barron Report will shed light on these crimes.
The Lord Mayor of Dublin, Councillor Dermot Lacey, will attend an interdenominational
ceremony of blessing and dedication in Glasnevin Cemetery to mark the
opening of a Memorial Garden for victims of the Dublin & Monaghan
Bombings of 17 May 1974 and of the earlier bombings in Dublin on 1 December
1972 and 20 January 1973.
June 2002: Steven's
It is the belief of Justice for the Forgotten that the policies and practices
being investigated by the Stevens Team have their origins in decisions
and structures put in place in the early 1970s. We further believe there
is evidence to establish that these decisions and structures facilitated
the carrying out of the Dublin & Monaghan Bombings, on May 17th 1974-
which remains the single bloodiest day in the history of the troubles...
Anniversary Dublin & Monaghan
Friday May 17th 2002, marks the 28th anniversary of the bombings in Dublin
and Monaghan in 1974, which caused 34 deaths and serious injury and maiming