Leading "Irish News" columnist, Brian Feeney, asks why the most senior police officer in Northern Ireland is defying a court order and refusing to even talk about completing a report on collusion into 120+ murders?

PFC/JFF respond to Chief Constable

Following publication of an Open Letter from the Glenanne families the Chief Constable has written to all elected representatives rejecting the families' call for him to abide by the terms of the Order of Mandamus issued on November 7 by Mr. Justice Seamus Treacy and not pursue another appeal proces...

Order of Mandamus in Glenanne Cases

Copy of the Order of Mandamus issued by Judge Treacy on 7 November 2017 compelling the Chief Constable to put in place a mechanism to complete the Overarching Report into collusion in over 120+ killings attributable to the Glenanne gang.

Democracy- the board game

Democracy-The Board Game was created by a family member who we support. The ideal seasonal gift (£20/€25) and available from the PFC Democracy-The Board Game challenges players to 'defeat the dictator and change the world'. In the age of Trump what better challenge! Call in to the PFC and take a loo...

Loughrey family lodge complaint with OPONI

How can someone be a suspect in four murders but never be arrested or questioned by the police? How can you be named on the Police National Computer as being wanted for questioning for these murders, yet travel freely around the UK, even reportedly running a bed and breakfast in Scotland? These are...

Murphy Family Take Murder Case to Police Ombudsman

The Murphy family from Ligoniel in North Belfast today took their concerns about collusion and the failure of the RUC to investigate the theft of weapons from British Army bases to the Police Ombudsman. In January 1974, the UDA (using a weapon the UVF took from Lurgan Territorial Army Base in 1973)...

Glenanne Families Demand Action From PSNI

Families bereaved in the "Glenanne" series of murders have heard a lawyer acting for the Police Service of Northern Ireland admit that nothing has been done in three months to resolve its continuing breach of their human rights.

Families Challenge MoD and Prime Minister in London

In November 2016 the families of Christopher Quinn and Kevin Heatley along with the Pat Finucane Centre utilised Advans in London to highlight the murders of their relatives and the appalling treatment they endured after the killings, in response to Theresa May's comments on those pushing for human...


KATHLEEN THOMPSON INQUEST POSTPONED UNTIL NEW YEAR The inquest into the death of Kathleen Thompson, due to start tomorrow in Derry, has been postponed until the New Year.

Use of "torture" in 1971/ 72 was "a political decision"

This letter, written 31 March 1977, explicitly states that torture in Northern Ireland was a political decision made by then Secretary of State Lord Carrington.