In her controversial book about her father Martin Cahill ( The
General ) , Frances Cahill makes revelations about details of Niall’s
death , which she alleges, are contained in the DPP file which Martin
had access to.
” My father recalled that the priest’s head had been bashed in with a
statue of a horse, information that alledgedly came from the DPP’s
file on the case”
“According to my father, the evidence in the files suggests that the
injuries sustained by the priest go slightly beyond banging ones head
on a bedpost”
Book Details ;
Title : MARTIN CAHILL, MY FATHER
Author : Frances Cahill
Publisher : New Island
The information above was confirmed to me by another source in recent weeks.
Where is the evidence ?
Many people have been asking us the question for a long time and rightly so. We have been talking to the Gardai and Politicians for many, many years and have unearthed many problems and contradictions.
The McGinn report published last year highlighted many problems with the Garda investigation in 1985 ( Or should I say lack of investigation )
We were not shown a copy of the report by the SCRT . Why ?
If there is nothing to see in it then why not show it to the Molloy family’s Legal representative ?
Who did get to see the report. ?
Were changes made to the Report after it was completed and submitted to the Garda Commissioner ?
Why will the Gardai not put anything in writing to the family. ?
Why will the Minister for Justice, Frances Fitzgerald not respond to the meeting with the family last July ? She was presented with evidence and has gone silent on the case since.
We met with Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald in July 2015. We spent an hour talking to her and left her with a file and photographs which she herself described as ” distressing”. She promised us she would respond after the Summer break..
In November 2015 she informed Denis Naughten T. D. that she would be in touch with family members.
Nine months on from our meeting and we have heard NOTHING from her.
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