OMAGH BOMBER CAN ‘ROT IN HELL’, SAYS VICTIM’S DAD

Real IRA Omagh bomb suspect Seamus McKenna who died after a school roof fall

Real IRA Omagh bomb suspect Seamus McKenna who died after a school roof fall

THE hands of a REAL IRA Omagh bomber who died this week after a roof fall are “drenched in the blood of his victims”.

Campaigning dad Michael Gallagher was speaking after Seamus McKenna had his life support machine switched off this week.

The 58-year-old labourer suffered severe head injuries after falling eight feet at Kilcurry National School, Co Louth, last week.

He was rushed to Beaumont Hospital, Dublin, where his life support machine was switched off on Monday afternoon.

McKenna was cleared by a civil court of involvement in the August 1998 bomb blast.

The attack claimed the lives of 29 people and two unborn twins.

But Gardai and the PSNI believe he helped the Real IRA gang plan the atrocity which caused international revulsion.

Michael Gallagher, whose son Aidan, 21, was killed in the blast, insists McKenna had “intimate” knowledge of the attack.

The campaigner said: “This man can rot in hell. His hands were drenched in the blood of innocent people.

“I would have preferred McKenna to face justice in this life but he has taken secrets of the blast to his grave.”

The scene after the August 1998 Omagh bomb atrocity

The scene after the August 1998 Omagh bomb atrocity

McKenna was jailed for five years in 2003 after he admitted possessing explosives in Inniskeen, Co Louth.

Anti-terror cops believe he helped make dozens of bombs in the 1980s and 1990s.

He later left the Provos and joined terror chief Michael McKevitt’s Real IRA after opposing the peace process.

 

 

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