Left Unanswered



Irish Times Letters, February 22, 2013.

“I for one would like to know who tried to kill me….I don’t seek an explanation to score any kind of political point or to try in some way to explain IRA atrocities. It is for me and most of the others personal.”

A letter from the late RTÉ broadcaster Derek Davis concerning the Dublin Monaghan bombing of May 1974.

Dublin Monaghan Bombing

Goodbye Derek

Thanks Mark Malone

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5 thoughts on “Left Unanswered

  1. Miko

    I suspect the implication of parts of the British State would have been destabilising at the time. No reason it shouldn’t come out in the wash now…

  2. Jonotti

    The British government planted bombs in the street to keep Dail Eireann in line. The dogs in the street know this.

  3. Truth in the News

    The Dublin and Monaghan bombings in 1974 and ones previously in 1972
    we orchrestated from the center of the British Establishment using loyalst
    proxies, when Charles Winsor or is it Mountbatten looks out to sea at Mullaghmore
    next week, ponders the death of his mentor and grand uncle Louis Mountbatten
    or is it Battenburg, he might ask why, the honest answer would destroy the
    reputations of the most revered members of British Establishment right to the
    top, the response of the Dublin Establishment and it servants was panic and
    concealment, We might well ask why, did the late Derek Davis know something.

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