Friday, 2 May 2008

IRA cleared of ‘corporate’ involvement in Quinn murder.

The International Monitoring Commission reiterated its previous opinion that the murder of Paul Quinn in a cattleshed in Co. Monaghan in the Republic was not ordered by the IRA leadership. However, it suggested that some IRA members, or former IRA members, may have been involved. Sinn Féin issued a statement denying any IRA involvement.

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