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Bombing conviction is overturned

The only man jailed over the 1998 Omagh bombing faces a retrial after winning his appeal against the conviction. Colm Murphy, 51, from Dundalk, County Louth, jailed for 14 years in 2002, said his conviction for conspiring to cause the explosion was unsafe. At Dublin’s Court of Criminal Appeal, Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns granted a retrial on two grounds relating to the evidence of detectives at his trial. The Real IRA blast in the County Tyrone town killed 29 people and unborn twins. Full Story

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