Victim's brother meets representatives
A man who's campaigned for the truth behind the Aer Lingus plane disaster of 1968 has thanked the Celtic League for its support.
Jerome McCormick has been searching for answers since Flight 712 plunged into the sea off the coast of Ireland when traveling from Cork to London.
All 61 crew and passengers onboard - including his brother - were killed.
Despite numerous official reports and enquiries, the exact cause of the disaster has never been determined.
Rumours have circulated of military involvement.
Mr McCormick recently traveled to the Isle of Man to thank Bernard Moffatt and others from the Celtic League for their help investigating the tragedy: