Progress on McCartney Case

Gemma Murray, security correspondent in the Newsletter, reports that
McCartney Family Tell Of Police Progress. Comments made by Paula McCartney after her meeting with Mitchell Reiss, President Bush’s special envoy to Nothern Ireland, reflect a growing optimism that justice may be done after the murder of her brother.”“Judging by their [the police’s] language and tone, they seem a lot more confident. Obviously I cannot be any more specific than that, but that’s where the ground lies now. “More witnesses have come forward and their statements are more helpful.”

The article mentions that Gerry Adams met Mr Reiss before Ms Mccartney and also that the family hope to meet and help the relatives of murder victim Lisa Dorrian.

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