Former RUC officers must cooperate with Good Neighbour Bombing investigatio – Eastwood

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Police ombudsmanThe Stormont Assembly has been told that former RUC officers must cooperate with the Police Ombudsman’s investigation into the Good Neighbour Bombing in the Creggan area of Derry.
Foyle MLA Colm Eastwood made the call during a debate into the powers and functions of the ombudsman.
He said in August 1988, three people died after going to the aid of a neighbour when an IRA bomb went off in the Creggan. Sean Dalton and Sheila Lewis were killed at the scene and Gerard Curran died from his injuries seven months later.
A number of complaints made by the family have been upheld, but the subsequent ombudsman’s investigation is missing vital information because of the stance of the Retired Police Officers’ Association.
Colm Eastwood says that must change:

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