Reasons given for possible loss of files in Fr Niall Molloy case

1 Garda Siochana – Flooding. I would be most unusual for flooding to be able to cherry pick files and only destroy some of them.

2 DPP – File stolen by The General. The file was later recovered by the Gardai after doing a deal with Martin Cahill to release one of his associates from prison. File was given back to DPP but there is no longer any trace of it.

THE DPP ALSO INSTRUCTED THE GARDAI NOT TO INCLUDE NIALL’S SOLICITORS STATEMENT IN THE BOOK OF EVIDENCE.

3 State Pathologist’s Office – No documents exist anymore. Reason given was that the might have been lost when they moved premises

4 Coroner’s Office  – There was a break in. The burgler selected a small number of files and set fire to them on a desk top. Fr Niall’s was one of the files.

Provisional Post – Mortem Result

 

 

After 32 7ears we finally got to see a copy of this report

 

Provisional Post – Mortem Result

Fr Niall Molloy   PM July 85

 

1 subdural Haemorrage associated with bruising to right eye socket

 

 

2 Slight enlargement of left ventricle of heart associated with a mild to moderate degree of atheroma of coronary arteries – insufficient to cause death.

 

OPINION

Death primarily the result of No 1 head injury

 

Pathological opinions on the cause of Pulmonary Oedema

 

 

No 2 Above might be at varience with a ‘ Cerebral Lung’ explanation e.g. inhalation of vomit , no evidence on clothes or at scene of heart disease – not severe.

 

Further investigation : Micropsy for evidence of hypertension

 

2 Neuropathological opinion on brain. Report in early August ‘85

 

Signed  ( Harbison’s Signature 8th / July / 1985 )

 

Fr Molloy Files were stolen, burnt and simply vanished.

Fr Molloy Files were stolen, burnt and simply disappeared.

Files were stolen From DPP’s Office

Set fire to in Coroner’s Office

Disappeared from Garda Offices

Disappeared from State Pathologist’s Office.

I will be going into detail on all of the above over the coming days.

False name given in evidence presented to court

Dr. Michael O'HalloranIn the report submitted by The State Pathologist Professor John Harbison on Page 7  he states that

” On 30th. July I examined the brain with Dr. Michael O’Halloran Consultant Neuropathologist at St Laurences Hospital.”

Each page of the report is initialed by Professor Harbison.

THERE WAS NO NEUROPATHOLOGIST AT ST. LAWRENCES HOSPITAL OR REGISTERED IN THE COUNTRY AT THAT TIME OR BEFORE.

 

The Gardai after their recent investigation (???) were unable to explain this as all the original notes are missing.