Fourteen years after his son was beaten to death a UVF gang a North Belfast victims’ campaigner says he is no further on in finding out the truth behind the killing.
The families of those lost in the McGurk’s Bar Massacre have demanded to see the original withdrawn Police Ombudsman’s report into the 1971 atrocity after a report into the watchdog’s office questioned its independence.
Families of the victims of the McGurk’s Bar massacre are holding a public meeting this Saturday (September 17) ahead of the fortieth anniversary of the atrocity later this year.
The sooner Al Hutchinson stands down from his role as Police Ombudsman the better, a leading campaigner for justice for the McGurk’s Bar Massacre families has said.
A group set up to mark the fortieth anniversary of the McGurk’s Bar Massacre are seeking the public’s help to fulfill ambitious plans for the December milestone.