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Omagh anniversary fall-out: Stop sullying the good name of officers, rages Fed chairman

Ex-Ombudsman stands by claim that bomb tragedy 'preventable' as policing hits back.

Backlash: Baroness Nuala O'Loan comments are 'inaccurate, unfair and unreasonable', says the chief constable

Backlash: Baroness Nuala O’Loan comments are 'inaccurate, unfair and unreasonable', says the chief constable

Date - 16th August 2018
By - Nick Hudson - Police Oracle
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Policing in Northern Ireland has soundly condemned the anniversary comments of the province’s former ombudsman that the Omagh bombing atrocity could have been avoided. Chief Constable George Hamilton and rank-and-file officers hit back at...
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