IN WHAT is believed to be the first time Sinn Fein has openly condemned the Enniskillen Remembrance Day bombing, the party’s candidate in Friday’s presidential election has described it as an atrocity. Earlier this year local Sinn Fein councillor and then council chairman Stephen McCann sparked a walkout and no-confidence motion when he refused to […]
‘They have destroyed my faith in my fellow townspeople’
Monsignor Peter O’Reilly has said the Trust is open to other proposals however an appeal has since been made for Archbishop Eamon Martin to intervene.
Cleric hopes bomb memorial won’t ‘create division’
The Clogher Diocesan Administrator was speaking amid ongoing discussions over the placement of the bomb memorial.
Bomb victim not ruling out standing against Gildernew
Stephen Gault has said he has no plans to stand for election unless he has the full backing of the two main unionist parties.
OTR letters ruined any chance of justice, says Enniskillen bomb survivor
ENNISKILLEN bomb survivor, Stephen Gault, whose father Samuel died beside him in the 1987 Remembrance Day atrocity, has told the Shadow Secretary of State that letters issued to republican on-the-runs have ‘ruined’ the judicial process for victims.
‘Vile, sectarian abuse’ forces Remembrance Day relative off Twitter
A BELNALECK man whose father was killed in the Enniskillen bomb suffered a 48 hour tirade of abuse on social networking site Twitter, which included taunts that his father ‘deserved to die’.
Victim ‘disgusted’ at balaclava film stunt
Enniskillen man Stephen Gault whose father was killed in the 1987 bombing has lambasted a so-called ‘terror pack’ that was sent out by a Belfast film director to promote a local film.