Typescript letter from Michael O'Connor to William O'Brien regarding investigating the death of "Tynan", the "Park Murders" and the [Patrick Henry] Cronin murder case,
1953 Jul. 20.
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|Main Creator:||O'Connor, Michael, Dublin|
O'Connor writes of the "Park Murders ".....I am quite sure that neither Parnell, Davitt nor Dillon had any responsibility for the Park Murders.". O'Connor also writes on the Cronin case "Whether Cronin meant to give evidence at the Times Commission is a mystery. I am aware of the evidence that included Davitt to assume that Cronin was about to come over. He may have wanted to come over so as to hurt Parnell's friend Sullivan by hurting Parnell. They were great haters these men.".
Letter includes author's address as "11 Healthfied Road Dublin".
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).