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Share via Email Detectives investigating the Omagh bombing "recreated" or manufactured important documents, possibly including witness statements, which were either lost or inadvertently destroyed during the first 18 months of the inquiry, it emerged yesterday. An internal review by a senior officer in the RUC, now the Police Service of Northern Irelandhighlighted the extraordinary practice as one of the serious deficiencies of the investigation into an atrocity that killed 29 people.
Michael Gallagher, whose year-old son Adrian was killed in the blast three years ago, was horrified by the disclosures. Mrs O'Loan was highly critical of both special branch handling of two warnings made before the Real IRA car bomb and of the police investigation, but her findings were not accepted by the force.
Sir Ronnie is set to give a robust rebuttal of Mrs O'Loan's report to the policing board and to relatives of the dead when he meets them in the Co Tyrone town next Thursday. But the previously undisclosed details of recreated documents, not included in Mrs O'Loan's report but pointed out by one of Sir Ronnie's own senior officers almost two years ago, could undermine his argument.
Mr McVicker started his review of the bomb investigation in Marchand reported to the chief constable later in the year that there were serious deficiencies that required urgent attention.
It is understood that the senior and deputy senior officer on the murder team strenuously resisted an overseeing inquiry but undertook their own scrutiny, which found that some key wit ness statements had not been followed up and some documents thought to relate to these had been retrospectively created.
Mr McVicker has refused to make any comment to the Guardian. But it is understood his report confirmed these findings, indicating that documents regarding the investigation could not be considered originals.
It is unclear how many were created to replace documents that had been inadvertently lost and how many had never existed.
Some of the documents in question are believed to concern information from potentially important witnesses about sightings of the car the bomb was in. A spokesman for the Police Service of Northern Ireland said yesterday: She also found that most of Mr McVicker's conclusions, including a recommendation that the inquiry get an urgent injection of resources, were ignored.British Local History and Genealogy - useful dates timechart.
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