Authorities in Northern Ireland on Friday renewed their appeal for information to the passing of Lyra McKee, 1 year following the journalist had been murdered.
Even the New IRA paramilitary team has admitted that it had been responsible for the killing and authorities have charged one individual, 52-year-old Paul McIntyre, together with the murder.
Authorities, who do not consider that the murder included only 1 individual, are renewing their appeal for advice, asking residents in Creggan to supply them
Authorities are providing anonymity to anyone who comes forward with proof.
In a letter delivered to Creggan inhabitants, Detective Superintendent Jason Murphy worried that the charges registered to now”don’t signify the close of the investigation”.
“Lyra’s murder wasn’t committed in isolation, but nor did it involve just 1 person. The events which led to Lyra being taken, and the occasions later, are equally significant. I’m asking the community to achieve its conscience and inform us what it understands.
“Lyra’s household can’t start the grieving process with no info about Lyra’s murder they deserve. Anyone in their place might want the same,” he went on, adding that”regrettably Lyra’s mommy died quite recently without viewing justice for her daughter.”