November 2004: Publication
of Barron Report >>>
The Barron report on the Dublin bombings of 1 December 1972 and 20 January 1973 is due to be published on Wednesday, 17 November 2004 by the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Justice, Equality, Defence and Women's Rights at approximately 6 pm.
July 2004: Response
to Government Announcement >>>
Justice for the Forgotten has been informed by the Government of its decision to establish yet another private inquiry into the Dublin & Monaghan bombings. The bereaved families and survivors have long since rejected private inquiries.
July 2004: Dedication of
Memorial to Victims of 1972 / 73 >>>
A bronze commemorative sculpture, set in granite paving stones, dedicated by the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Cllr. Michael Conaghan.
June 2004: The Way Forward
Policy Statement agreed unanimously and adopted by the membership at General Meeting of 19 June 2004
4 June 2004: Letter to the Irish Times>>>
I am prompted to write to you having read the article in Irish Times of Wednesday, 2 June by the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Mr. Paul Murphy. The hypocrisy of the article is staggering.
May 2004: Address by Chairperson
at 30th Anniversary >>>
Emotions are particularly raw on this anniversary as the inquests continue. The recommendations of the Joint Oireachtas Committee have still not been debated by the Houses of the Oireachtas almost seven weeks after publication. The Taoiseach must ensure the co-operation of the British Prime Minister in any further inquiry.
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