Brother lifts lid on 'botched investigation' into 2003 fatality

Thursday, 29 March 2018

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A FORMER Antrim town centre trader is preparing to lift the lid on the 'botched' investigation into his brother's death - by 'naming and shaming' the officials he believes conspired to deny his family justice.
Raymond Lynn was driving along the Steeple Road on November 11, 2003 to collect his grandchildren from school when he was involved in a devastating head on collision. He died at the scene.
A fireman who attended the crash knew the deceased, and that he had a heart condition, so he informed police. The officers concluded that he had suffered a heart attack and crossed on to the other side of the road into the path of an oncoming Subaru.
Curiously forensic officers were not sent to the scene. The post-mortem concluded that there had been no heart attack.
Something did not add up - and Raymond's bother embarked on a long journey to uncover the truth.
Now Stanley Lynn is preparing to put the full facts before the jury of public opinion by publishing the case online.
*Read the full story in this week's Antrim Guardian


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