Prosecution is damaged again in Omagh case

The Omagh Bomb trial is expected to take another dramatic twist this week, when prosecution lawyers withdraw a number of bomb charges against the main suspect.

4th November, 2006

The Omagh Bomb trial is expected to take another dramatic twist this week, when prosecution lawyers withdraw a number of bomb charges against the main suspect.

Sean Gerard Hoey, 36, from Molly Road, Jonesborough in south Armagh faces 58 charges connected to ten Real IRA bomb attacks, including an attack on Omagh town centre in August 1998 which killed 29 people. Prosecution barristers are expected to withdraw charges relating to Hoey’s alleged involvement in a...

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