The Loughinisland Massacre: A Policy of Collusion

Wednesday 7th September, 7:00pm,
Boothroyd Room, Portcullis House, House of Commons, London SW1A OAA.
Westminster Tube, public entrance to Portcullis House, Victoria Embankment

Please allow at least 20 minutes to pass through the House of Commons security.
This event has now taken place
A report of the briefing can be found here.

A public meeting with Niall Murphy; a human rights lawyer and solicitor representing the Loughinisland Massacre families and survivors, and Trevor Birney, of ‘Below the Radar’, an award-winning producer and director currently working on a feature length documentary film on the Loughinisland Massacre and the operation of Collusion across the north during the conflict.

The evening will discuss the recent Police Ombudsman’s report into the massacre, which once again confirmed a shocking scale of collusion between the RUC and loyalist paramilitaries during the conflict in the north of Ireland. The evening will also be screening a brief documentary feature, ‘Ceasefire Massacre’, produced by Trevor Birney for ESPN.

The evening will be chaired by Pat Doherty Sinn Fein MP for West Tyrone.

A Facebook Event Page can be found HERE.


On 18 June 1994, six men were murdered whilst watching a World Cup match, between Ireland and Italy, when loyalist gunmen burst into the Heights Bar in Loughinisland, Co. Down, and opened fire.
Five others were wounded. The men who died were Adrian Rogan, 34, Malcolm Jenkinson, 53, Barney Green, 87, Daniel McCreanor 59, Patrick O’Hare, 35, and Eamon Byrne, 39.
In the recently released Ombudsman Report, Dr Michael Maguire concluded: “I have no hesitation in saying collusion was a significant feature of the Loughinisland murders.”