Omagh families say they have no option but to go through the courts after meeting with Theresa Villiers

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villThe families of some Omagh bomb victims say they have been left with no other option but to take their case through the courts.
A number of victims family members met with the Northern Ireland Secretary of State yesterday.
Last week Theresa Villiers ruled out a cross-border inquiry into the 1998 attack, and she reiterated this position to the families yesterday.
Michael Gallagher, who lost his son in the Omagh bomb, says going through the courts will be a long process, but he says it is the families only choice if they are to get answers…..
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