Victims of Omagh's 'mass murder' deserve justice - Bill Clinton

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“These things have happened; there needs to be something just for Omagh, I think.'

Former US President Bill Clinton has said families of the 29 people killed in the “mass murder” of the Omagh bombing deserve justice., Mr Clinton also warned that any inquiry into the killings should not be 'unilaterally' organised by the British Government and should involve the local community.

A police officer looking at the damage caused by a bomb explosion in Market Street, Omagh, Co Tyrone. Earlier this month, the British Government announced an independent statutory inquiry to investigate whether there was advance knowledge of the bombing and whether it could have been disrupted.As I Remember It“And I think that there has to be some system set up… I don’t think there'll be mass firing squads.


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Omagh Bomb 25 Anniversary, due to the announcement of a Public Inquiry into the Omagh Bomb, for which I have campaigned for 25 years, I am disclosing never before seen information, make sure to print it out and keep it for your own reference…

And a inquiry about how the Clinton's charity stole almost 200million from Haiti relief fund

What about the victims of his friend epstein

Rip to the 31 lives lost

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