Victims' files still uncollected

The directors of the defunct charity, Victim Support, have failed to respond to a solicitor's letter asking them to remove hundreds of confidential files from their former headquarters in Dublin.

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Ian Kehoe

6th August, 2005

The Sunday Business Post has learned that the building's landlord gave the directors ten days to remove the files,which include intimate details of crimes ranging from rape to abuse. The deadline expired on Friday evening and no attempt had been made to remove the files.

Victim Support,which provided specialist services for the families of murder victims as well as manning a missing persons helpline, shut down at the end ofMarch.

The landlord's solicitor,...

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