No Justice Yet



Fr Niall Molloy (top) Roscommon Herald, July 1, 2014

The investigation into the investigation of the 1985 murder of Fr Niall Molloy was “well advanced” in mid-Summer according to the Department of Justice.

So, is it ready?



A written reply by Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald in the Dáil last week.

Previously: Not Going Away

Who Will Rid Them Of This Troublesome Priest?

Fr Niall Molloy Campaign


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16 thoughts on “No Justice Yet

  1. Bonkers

    The suspense on this one is killing me too. Am I correct to say that many members of government of the day were in attendence at the wedding where the Father Niall Molloy was murdered ? Now the Dept of Justice has stalled the investigation, Someone is being protected from on high and this all stinks badly.

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      Politicians, judges, burglaries, hidden evidence, Guerin, Martin Cahill… stinks alright. Clearly the rumour-mill and suspicion is nowhere near as damaging as the truth – otherwise this inquiry would be underway right now.

      1. phil

        Ive often wondered , was it really john gilligan who ordered the murder of veronica guerin, or was it a state agency ? crazy I know , but seems significant enough a reason to me for all this secrecy …. If i were writting a fiction book, thats the way I’d go…

  2. SB

    What we need is for some politician with ba11s to use Parliamentary Privilege and name names, get it all into the public domain. Once the cat’s out of the bag, any delaying tactic would be of limited use

  3. bisted

    …on the basis of the revelations and evidence that has emerged over the past few years, it is most likely that it is the institution of the church being protected here.

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