No new decommissioning until loyalist weapons investigated

Danny Lavery holds a photograph of his murdered brother Martin. Picture by Ann McManus
ANY new decommissioning scheme should be put on hold until dozens of killings linked to a shipment of loyalist weapons are investigated, a murder victim's brother has said. Danny Lavery, whose brother Martin (40) was killed with one of the guns in 1992, said he was shocked at the level of collusion revealed in the Police Ombudsman report on the Loughinisland massacre last week. The same weapon that killed the father-of-five was recovered after the loyalist attack on the Heights Bar two years later when six Catholics were shot dead while watching a World Cup game. It came from a [...]

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