A newly formed criminal gang labelling itself Correct Action Against Drugs was behind the bruta
The family of a Belfast man who was found dead in suspicious circumstances in New York four years ago are calling on police in the city to reopen his case. Thirty-five year-old Vincent Robinson’s body was discovered by his girlfriend in his Woodside apartment in Queens during the late evening/early morning of July 4/5, 2008. Vincent’s body was discovered on the hallway floor
One of the chief suspects in the double murder of two men in Belfast five years ago has slashed a County Louth businessman in a bar in Dundalk. The man, from the Ardoyne area of North Belfast, fled to Dundalk following the double murder of Belfast men Eddie Burns and Joe Jones in Belfast on March 12 2007.
Solicitors acting for the families of two men murdered in Belfast five years ago have written to the Public Prosecution Service to ask for a meeting with its new director Barra McGrory. The families of murder victims Eddie Burns and Joe Jones want to raise concerns with the new director about the way the men’s cases have been handled to date.
The families of two men brutally murdered in Belfast five years ago are to finally break their silence at a press conference next week. The press conference is being organised by the families of Joe Jones and Eddie Burns on the fifth anniversary of their murders, at 10am next Monday 12 March at Conway Mill.