Friday December 6, 2019

Following the money: inside the hunt for the assets of the Omagh 'bombers'

19th August, 2018
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Liam Campbell, Real IRA director of operations Pic: Collins

Bankruptcy proceedings being taken against four men found liable at a civil trial for the Omagh bombing will focus on trying to unravel a series of asset transfers to family members.

The four men – Real IRA leader Michael McKevitt, Real IRA director of operations Liam Campbell, bricklayer Seamus Daly and builder Colm Murphy were found liable for the bombing in a June 2009 civil trial and ordered to pay a total of £1.6 million...

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