Mr McCauley told BBC Radio Foyle that his son was left in a "horrific condition"
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Paul McCauley murder: Father believes UDA were involved

The father of a Londonderry man who died following a sectarian attack in 2006 has said he believes the Ulster Defence Association (UDA) was involved in the attack.

Paul McCauley, 38, died on Saturday in a care unit in Derry. The civil servant was 30 when he was attacked by a mob at a barbecue in the Waterside in 2006.

His father, Jim, said the hate perpetrated on Paul by a gang is a "massive stain on some people in the loyalist community".

  • 08 Jun 2015
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