High Court rules some evidence connected to Omagh Bombing to be heard in secret



The High Court in Belfast has ruled that some evidence connected to the Omagh bombing is to be heard in secret.

The Government had requested a "closed material procedure" for a judge to examine whether public disclosure of information would be damaging to national security.

The BBC is reporting that after viewing a sample of documents which were deemed sensitive, the judge allowed a CMP to proceed.

In 1998, Twenty-nine people died in the bombing - the real IRA claimed responsibility for the attack.