Justice for the Forgotten is deeply concerned at the revelations broadcast in the recent BBC Panorama programmes of what may be contained in the Report of Sir John Stevens. We await with impatient interest the publication of the Stevens Report.
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.
Other murderous bomb attacks carried out against innocent civilians in the Republic such as the Bombings in Dublin in 1972 and 1973 and the atrocities in Dundalk and Castleblayney, in 1975 and 1976 are further instances of terrorist attacks which point to various levels of collusion by official forces operating in Northern Ireland.
The bereaved and injured survivors who are the members of Justice for the Forgotten are strengthened in their unremitting resolve to pursue an International Judicial Public Inquiry into the Dublin & Monaghan Bombings.
Monday 24 June 2002
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