Ombudsman identifies collusive behaviour in Fullerton murder

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Eddie Fullerton was not notified that personal information relating to him had been found in a loyalist intelligence ‘cache’ in Derry in November 1989, almost two years before his death.

That was one of the findings of the Police Ombudsman of Northern Ireland who say concerns of collusive behaviours raised by the family of Eddie Fullerton who was shot dead at his home in Buncrana in 1991 were legitimate and justified.

Mrs Marie Anderson also found that there was no record that intelligence requests from Gardai between June 1991 and January 1993 were responded to by RUC Special Branch in the case of Mr Fullerton.

Donegal Deputy Padraig MacLochlainn says the evidence contained in the report is damning:

 

You can read the full report here

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