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Omagh Bomb case: Insufficient evidence to prosecute 'Real IRA foot soldier' Seamus Daly

Police officers and firefighters inspect bomb damage in Market Street. Picture by Paul McErlane/PA Wire
By Michael McHugh, Press Association
SEAMUS Daly was once described by a high court judge as a Real IRA foot soldier. The evidence linking him to the dissidents' Omagh bombing was described as overwhelming by one of Northern Ireland's most senior judicial figures during a claim for damages by grieving relatives. The bricklayer was connected by Belfast's High Court to mobile phones used during the bombing. In 2013, a judge ordered Daly and three others to pay the bereaved families civil damages worth £1.6 million after they were found liable for one of the worst atrocities of the Troubles. Today, a cr[...]
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