Saturday December 14, 2019

Senior Real IRA figures grilled over assets

Liam Campbell and Colm Murphy were quizzed over unpaid damages

18th October, 2015
The scene of the Omagh bombing

Two senior figures in the Real IRA who were found liable for the Omagh bombing were grilled before the Master of the High Court last week about allegedly putting assets beyond the reach of victims’ families.

Liam Campbell and Colm Murphy were ordered to pay €2.2 million (£1.6 million) in compensation for the 1998 atrocity following a civil action by the victims’ relatives.

Jailed Real IRA leader Michael McKevitt and Séamus Daly were also...

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