Relatives of some of the victims of the Omagh bombing are promising to pursue the 1-point-6 million pound damages that have been awarded to them.
It's after two men were found liable for the 1998 blast which killed 29 people.
The judge at the civil retrial of Colm Murphy and Seamus Daly said the evidence against them was overwhelming.
Two others were previously refused appeals.
Michael Gallagher lost his son Aidan in the tragedy, he says it shouldn't have been left up to the families to bring someone to account for the bomb: