Peggy O'Hara Funeral: Three Released

Three people have been released by police investigating a number of offences at the wake and funeral of Peggy O'Hara.

Two men, aged 44 and 57, and a woman, 43, were released unconditionally, after a number of masked women and women attended the funeral.
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Peggy O'Hara was the mother of an INLA member who died in a hunger strike in Long Kesh in 1981.


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