Fr. Molloy. Email from a nephew to TD’S

“For almost 30 year, people have hidden behind a wall of silence, deceit, corruption and cover-up. Time for the light of justice to shine on them and reveal them to the people for what they are. Many, many people have gone to their graves overshadowed by this heartache.”

The above email was sent to TD’S Mick Wallace, Clare Daly and Luke Ming Flanagan by my cousin Billy Molloy. It was part of a longer email sent to the TD’s thanking them for raising Niall’s case last Friday in the Dáil during a debate on Judicial Appointments.

Mick Wallace read the above extract in the Dáil yesterday

Fr. Molloy. Cold Case Unit – 5th Anniversary

Just for the record it is five years, this month, since I first made contact with a detective from the Cold Case Unit.

I was informed in Sept 2009 that Niall’s case “was not currently under review”

It was only in Feb 2010 when I informed the Unit, by email, that I had meetings with Garda Ombudsman’s Office that things started to happen. Within Hours of sending my email I was contacted by phone by a senior member of the Cold Case unit to arrange a meeting for the following Friday.

So here we are after five years of work by the elite squad of our National Police Force.

STILL WAITING FOR ANSWERS

 

P.S. My dealing with the Garda Commissioners Office is worthy of a separate post on here. I called into their  Office the day after they were officially launched my Minister McDowell.

Billy Molloy

My late Uncle Billy Molloy - Niall's brother

My late Uncle Billy Molloy – Niall’s brother

In an interview shown on RTE ( Irish National Television ) the late Billy Molloy said that when he visited Kilcoursey House within hours of Niall’s death he asked “What happened Father Niall” The reply, he states on Television, that he received was ” He stepped into the middle of a political row”