HET La Mon investigation 'sloppy'


Three of the families of victims of the La Mon House Hotel bombing have said they are deeply disappointed at the findings of an Historical Enquiries Team (HET) report into what happened.

Twelve people died and more than 20 were seriously injured when the IRA bombed La Mon Hotel near Comber in County Down in 1978.

Assembly member Jim Allister described some of the HET investigation into the attack 34 years ago as sloppy.

BBC Newsline's Mervyn Jess reports.

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