Anorak News | Policeman Killed In Omagh: Mass Murder Revisited

Policeman Killed In Omagh: Mass Murder Revisited

by | 2nd, April 2011

IN Omagh, County Tyrone, a place synonymous with sectarian extremism and mass murder, a policeman called Ronan Kerr – a 25-year-old Roman Catholic – has been killed in an under car booby trap explosion.

In August 1998 a Real IRA car bomb killed 29 people – not including two unborn children. It was the single biggest loss of life during 35 years of the Troubles.


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Undated handouts of victims of the Omagh bombing. They are (top row, from the left) 12-year-old James Barker, Esther Gibson, Sean McGrath, Gareth Conway, Elizabeth Rush, Fred White, Lorraine Wilson and (bottom row, from the left) Veda Short, Alan Radford, Bryan White, Brenda Logue, Deborah Cartwright, Geraldine Breslin, and Oran Doherty.

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