Northern Ireland: Coroner wants remaining evidence in Kelly’s Bar bombing inquest heard in January


A coroner has said he wants the remaining evidence in an inquest into the death of a teenager in a Belfast bomb attack 50 years ago to be heard in January.

John Moran was 19 when he was seriously injured in an explosion at Kelly’s Bar on the Springfield Road on May 13 1972, and died of his injuries 10 days later.

His girlfriend was pregnant at the time and he never met his son. The pub was packed with people watching a televised football match between England and West Germany when the car bomb exploded.


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Source: Belfast Telegraph