Bomb fam­i­lies: Tell us the truth

The Herald - - NEWS -

THE vic­tims of one of the worst days of atroc­i­ties in the Trou­bles should be told the truth, say cam­paign­ers.

A wreath-lay­ing cer­e­mony took place at a Dublin me­mo­rial to 33 killed by loy­al­ist bombers. Their fam­i­lies want the Bri­tish Gov­ern­ment to re­lease clas­si­fied se­cu­rity files re­lat­ing to deaths in which state col­lu­sion is sus­pected.

It marked the 44th an­niver­sary of the blasts when paramil­i­taries det­o­nated four bombs in Dublin and Mon­aghan on May 17, 1974.

The Jus­tice for the For­got­ten lobby group has fought a campaign for an in­quiry into al­le­ga­tions that Bri­tish se­cu­rity agents col­luded with the ter­ror­ists to plot the at­tacks.

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