| 10.1°C Dublin

Close

Premium

‘No loyalist or PSNI agent involvement’ in Noah Donohoe disappearance, files show

Online conspiracy theorists are claiming police are trying to shield informers or even paramilitaries by redacting case data

Close

Noah Donohoe was found dead six days after he went missing in north Belfast in June 2020

Noah Donohoe was found dead six days after he went missing in north Belfast in June 2020

Noah Donohoe's mother Fiona arrives at Laganside Courts in Belfast for a pre-inquest review hearing in June 2021. Picture Niall Carson

Noah Donohoe's mother Fiona arrives at Laganside Courts in Belfast for a pre-inquest review hearing in June 2021. Picture Niall Carson

Noah Donohoe

Noah Donohoe

Assistant Chief Constable Mark McEwan. Picture by Kevin Scott

Assistant Chief Constable Mark McEwan. Picture by Kevin Scott

/

Noah Donohoe was found dead six days after he went missing in north Belfast in June 2020

Secret files redacted by detectives investigating the death of Belfast teenager Noah Donohoe in 2020 are believed to show no police agent or loyalist paramilitary was involved in his disappearance, the Sunday Independent understands.

A raft of recent online conspiracy theories allege that the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) is protecting informers and even loyalists paramilitaries by not releasing specific files related to the death of the 14-year-old whose naked body was discovered in a storm drain in June 2020, six days after going missing.


Most Watched





Privacy