15 December 2005: Loyalist murder statistics>>>
Who does Kevin Myers think he is fooling when he quotes the official statistics of persons murdered by the British security forces during the Troubles? As he is well aware, when members of the security forces were charged with crimes they were forced to resign immediately so that they could then be described simply as members of a Loyalist paramilitary organisation.
April 2005: Dublin &
Monaghan Bombings >>>
The Government has announced the establishment of a Commission of Investigations Inquiry into matters relating to the Garda investigation into the Dublin & Monaghan Bombings and missing Garda and Department of Justice files. Justice for the Forgotten believes that the bereaved families and survivors must be involved in the Inquiry. However, serious concerns made known to the Government have not as yet been addressed:
February 2005: Report Into
Dublin Bombings 72/73 & Belturbet Bombing >>>
Justice for the Forgotten will hold a press conference at Buswell's Hotel, Molesworth Street on Wednesday, 16 February at 6.30 pm, immediately after the publication of Joint Oireachtas Committee report Into Dublin Bombings of 1972 & 1973 & Belturbet Bombing
January 2005: Public hearings
Dublin bombings 72/73 >>>
Public hearings will begin on Tuesday, 25 January and will continue on 26 and 27 January and 1, 2 and 3 February. Families and survivors will address the Committee. The failure of the British Government to co-operate with the Barron Inquiry into Dublin & Monaghan bombings and again, in these cases, should be of grave concern to every Irish citizen
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