"The British Government is denying people of the truth."
That's according to the brother of Louis Leonard who was murdered in his butcher's shop in Derrylin co Fermanagh, back in 1972.
Speaking to Shannonside Northern Sound, his brother Ciaran claims policing authorities at the time knew within 72 hours who had murdered his brother, Louis, however "nothing was done."
His comments came off the back of protests which were held in London, Belfast and Derry against the British government's Troubles amnesty bill.
Ciaran says he is "suspicious" of the changes made to legislation and believes campaigning is the only way to ensure that "truth and justice" is given to those who have lost a loved one as a result of the Troubles.