Peter McCormack has called for public inquiry into how vulnerable people are treated once they leave prison. His 31-year-old son J McCormack was found dead in a house in Lisburn, in May, just weeks after leaving prison.

Jack Murphy of McIvor Farrell Solicitors stated:

“These tragic deaths of the most vulnerable in our community are a matter of great public concern”

“that is why our client is calling for a public inquiry to be convened to provide accountability and answers for our client and the families of those who have lost loved ones on our streets and to prevent any further lives being lost.

“We will be communicating with the relevant ministers to convey our client’s concerns in this respect.”

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