The launch of Eames Bradley report generated a lot of comment and controversy mostly centred on the recommendation of paying £12,000 to the families of people killed during the conflict/troubles/war.
For three families the debate must have been more difficult than for most as the 28th January was the anniversary of the day their loved ones died:
1972 Raymond Carroll (22) of the RUC killed by the IRA in Belfast
1989 Stephen Montgomery (26) of the RUC killed by the IRA in Sion Mills
1993 – Martin McNamee (25) a civilian killed by the UVF near Cookstown