Adams appeals for Information
Sinn Féin President and west Belfast MP Gerry Adams has appealed again for anyone with any information - no matter how small they may think it is - concerning any of those remains still missing to "either bring that information forward to the Commission or any of the official agencies, or to myself or any other Sinn Fein representative."
Mr. Adams this morning praised the great resilience and determination of the family and their refusal to give up.
Mr. Adams said:
"Efforts continue to identify the locations of Seamus Wright, Kevin McKee, Columba McVeigh, and Brendan McGraw who were killed by the IRA.
Sinn Féin will continue to support all the families, including the families of Seamus Ruddy, Charlie Armstrong, Gerard Evans and Lisa Dorrian and to work diligently on this important issue, let me repeat my call on anyone with any information, no matter how small, to bring that information forward either to the Commission or any of the official agencies or to myself or any other Sinn Fein representative."