Sinn Féin's Conor Murphy Will Make A Public Apology To Paul Quinn's Family Today
The 21 year old was called a criminal by Conor Murphy
It's after he was murdered in 2007 near Castleblayney in Co. Monaghan.
Sinn Fein President Mary Lou McDonald yesterday said she and her party colleague would meet with the family of Paul Quinn.
But this morning Paul's mother Breege said a meeting wouldn't happen until Conor Murphy issued a public apology for his remarks.
Deputy McDonald says the request will be met.
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