SCRT – The Serious Crime Review Team in there final report ( 2013 ) state that ” The members involved in this current examination of issues were required to rely on the typed investigation file that was submitted to the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions. The original file, job books and exhibits have not been located to date”
http://www.inis.gov.ie/en/JELR/Pages/PR13000380 – No mention from Minister of documents missing from DPP’s Office.
A lot has been happening behind the scenes over the past year which we were unable to comment on in public.
However we recently received written information from an official source which gave us very shocking information on the status of the original investigation carried out by the Garda Siochana ( Irish Police Force) over the years.
It seems it will not be possible for the Molloy family to be in a position to follow up on this information until January 2017, when more information will be made available to us.
Meanwhile we shall be looking at what information will or will not be released in December 2016 under the 30 Year Rule
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.