Family mark first anniversary of Paul Quinn murder

Family mark first anniversary of Paul Quinn murder

The family of murdered south Armagh man Paul Quinn are marking the first anniversary of his death today.

The 21-year-old was beaten to death by a gang of men after being lured to a remote farm in Co Monaghan last year.

His parents are blaming local IRA members in south Armagh for the murder, but Sinn Féin has denied any IRA involvement.

They say they face daily pain because the perpetrators are still free.

The Quinns are due to meet Garda commissioner Fachtna Murphy later this week to discuss progress in the case.

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