Second Tyrone man bailed over RIRA training camp

Bail granted to accused
Bail granted to accused
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A second Co Tyrone man accused of attending a ‘Real IRA’ training camp which had been under security force surveillance was granted bail last week.

Terence Aidan Coney joins his 36-year-old brother Gavin, who was freed on bail last week after his wife’s parents put up the deeds to their home as surety to help secure his release.

Terence Coney, from Malabhui, Carrickmore, along with his brother, is among four people facing charges arising out of the discovery of a firing range at Formil Wood, Co Tyrone, in March last year. At his brother’s bail hearing last week, it was claimed the camp was in the advanced stage of preparations for a terrorist attack on police or the public. He faces charges linked to his legally held .22 Walter rifle.