Colin Parry OBE

Justice doesn’t seem to count for our son killed by the IRA

January 27, 2014 | Nick Taylor

Source: The Telegraph

Published 25th January 2014 09:06

It is nearly 21 years since Tim Parry was murdered. He was 12 when he died, blown up by a bomb planted by the IRA in a bin outside shops in Warrington town centre.

Tim survived for five days before succumbing to his injuries. Jonathan Ball, aged three, also died in the terrorist attack on March 20, 1993, while dozens more innocent people were wounded.

Tim’s parents Colin and Wendy Parry have sought justice ever since. It has been a failed quest: the perpetrators have never been caught.

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