Noah Donohoe’s justice campaign team is making sure he’ll ‘never be forgotten’

Noah Donohoe's campaign team
Peadar O'Cearnaigh

Content warning: This article mentions details of Noah Donohoe’s case that some readers may find distressing.

The Canary recently spoke to Fiona Donohoe. As reported, her 14-year-old son Noah disappeared on 21 June 2020. Noah’s body was tragically found in a storm drain six days later. And as the investigation into Noah’s death continues, Fiona Donohoe and the justice team #NoahsArmy, are campaigning to ensure he gets justice.

Because at 6:11pm every Sunday, there’s a social media campaign to #RememberMyNoah. It takes place at the same time as Noah’s final CCTV sighting:

Twitter storm

Some people took to social media early to post messages of support and to encourage others to take part:

And people from outside the north of Ireland are getting behind the campaign:

An investigation

On Friday 16 April, there was a pre-inquest hearing into his death. Noah’s family solicitor Niall Murphy said the examination of Noah’s laptop will be a “core issue” in this inquest. So Murphy asked police if a “technical” problem in examining the laptop had been fixed.

The family solicitor believes findings related to Noah’s “internet access and use” could be important. The next review hearing takes place in May and the inquest is due in January 2022.

What needs to happen

Fiona Donohoe told The Canary that the police investigation hasn’t been thorough. And she therefore believes that Noah’s “not getting the justice” he deserves. As a result, she wants people to keep his memory alive. So this Twitter campaign could help. And in keeping with #RememberMyNoah, Fiona reminded us of the kind of person Noah was:

So if others take to Twitter at 6:11pm this evening, it could help get justice for Noah.

Featured image via PA

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