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OMAGH BOMB: RUC SPECIAL BRANCH WITHHELD INTELLIGENCE FROM MURDER INQUIRY TEAM

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AN investigation by the Police Ombudsman has confirmed that RUC Special Branch did not provide some information to detectives investigating the Omagh bombing, due to their interpretation of the law at that time.

In a report published this morning, the Police Ombudsman outlines the findings of an investigation which focused on certain intelligence obtained between 15 August and 9 September 1998, held by police.

A previous investigation by the Police Ombudsman’s Office had focused on the use of other information held by police at the time.

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