Man in his 70s charged in connection with Denis Donaldson murder 10 years ago

Man in his 70s charged in connection with Denis Donaldson murder 10 years ago
Denis Donaldson.

A man in his 70s is due before the Special Criminal Court this afternoon charged in connection with the murder of Denis Donaldson in 2006.

The Sinn Féin official was shot dead at his home in Cloghercor, Co Donegal in April 2006.

It was shortly after it had been revealed that he had worked as a British intelligence agent.

A second man in his 40s was arrested in relation to the murder but has been released without charge.

The man in his 70s is due before the Special Criminal Court at 2.15pm.


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