"Collusion was a significant feature"
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Loughinisland: Collusion was a 'significant feature' in attack

There was collusion between some police officers and loyalist gunmen who killed six Catholics 22 years ago, a report by Northern Ireland's Police Ombudsman has said.

Dr Michael Maguire said collusion was a "significant feature" in the Loughinisland attacks.

The murdered men were watching a World Cup match when loyalist gunmen opened fire in the Heights Bar in the village.