Enniskillen bombing victims are 'a forgotten people'


Daphne Stephenson was injured in the IRA bombing of a Remembrance Day service in Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, 25 years ago, she believes many questions remain unanswered.

Daphne said the victims are a forgotten people and that the millions spent on the Bloody Sunday Inquiry makes it seem as if "there's justice for some parts of the community and not for others".

"Why isn't there an inquiry for us? We need to know why the police didn't search the Reading Rooms," she said.

"We need to know what Martin McGuinness knows about this, he needs to come clean and tell us."

District journalist Julian Fowler spoke to Daphne about the bombing.

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