Families of IRA Hyde Park bombing victims granted legal aid

Families of IRA Hyde Park bombing victims granted legal aid
 

The families of four soldiers killed in the 1982 IRA Hyde Park bombings are launching a civil case against one of the alleged bombers.
The Sun reports that the families thanked its readers for their support in securing legal aid for civil action.
A prosecution against John Downey, 66, was dropped in 2014 after a judge ruled that an official assurance given in error meant he could not face trial.
He had an "on the run" letter telling him he was no longer a wanted man.
Mr Downey denied murdering the soldiers.
He cited an official letter he had received in 2007 assuring him he would... read more

 
6 February 2018 in Regional, Views: 60
Source: BBC
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