Paul McCauley murder: Bishops appeal for information
The Catholic and Church of Ireland bishops of Londonderry have called on anyone with information about the murder of Paul McCauley to come forward and put the "truth on the table".
Mr McCauley died nine years after he was severely beaten in a sectarian attack in the city in 2006.
Bishop of Derry Donal McKeown said the attack "was done by a large group of people and large numbers are aware of what happened".
The Church of Ireland Bishop of Derry and Raphoe Ken Good urged people to come forward with information, saying: "It's too late for Paul but it's not too late for the family, nor us as a society for people to come forward."
11 Jun 2015