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Draft List of Deaths Related to the Conflict in 2006

The following page has been compiled by Martin Melaugh to complement the Index of Deaths (1969-2001) by Malcolm Sutton. The information below is in draft form and should be treated with some caution. Some of the deaths listed below may be shown later to be unrelated to the conflict.

 

4 April 2006 Denis Donaldson (56) Catholic
Status: Civilian (Civ), Killed by: Unknown
Found shot dead at a family holiday home near Glenties, County Donegal, Republic of Ireland. [On 16 December 2005 Donaldson had admitted to being a paid agent for British intelligence and the RUC/PSNI Special Branch since the 1980s. There was speculation in the media that 'dissident' Republicans were responsible for the killing.]
Uncertain if conflict-related
19 February 2006 Tommy Hollran (49) Protestant
Status: Civilian (Civ), Killed by: Unknown
Beaten and mortally wounded whilst visiting friends in Carrickfergus. Attacked on Saturday 18 February 2006 and died in hospital from his injuries on Sunday 19 February 2006. [Stories in the media alleged that he had been ordered to leave Carrickfergus in 2005 following a dispute with loyalist paramilitaries. His family blamed the Ulster Defence Association (UDA) for the fatal attack.]

For deaths in 2002 see:
Draft List of Deaths Related to the Conflict in 2002
For deaths in 2003 see:
Draft List of Deaths Related to the Conflict in 2003
For deaths in 2004 see:
Draft List of Deaths Related to the Conflict in 2004
For deaths in 2005 see:
Draft List of Deaths Related to the Conflict in 2005

For deaths between 1969 and 2001 see:
Malcolm Sutton's on-line database of deaths 1969-2001
based on a revised and updated version of Malcolm Sutton's book.


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