Ann Doherty, the twin sister of murdered schoolgirl Mary Boyle (above), will meet An Taoiseach Enda Kenny in Dail Eireann tomorrow.
The visit is part of her ongoing campaign to find her six-year-old sister’s remains and bring the killer to justice.
Ms Doherty, her identical twin, believes Mary was murdered by somebody known to her because she was going to reveal a terrible secret. This individual has never been arrested.
Ms Doherty also alleges there was political interference in the investigation which has prevented the killer from being brought to justice.
A number of Gardai who worked on the investigation have confirmed that a phone call was made to Ballyshannon Station in the days after Mary’s disappearance requesting that some individuals not be considered suspects.
Ms Doherty will inform the Taoiseach of her belief that the Gardai have protected Mary’s killer for almost 40 years and that during that time he was, and remains, a danger to other children.