The Loughinisland Massacre took place on 18 June 1994 when the Ulster Volunteer Force attacked the Heights Bar in Loughinisland, Co. Down as customers were watching the Republic of Ireland v Italy World Cup Match. Six people were shot dead and five others injured.
- LOUGHINISLAND INVESTIGATION LACKED DILIGENCE, BUT INSUFFICIENT EVIDENCE OF COLLUSION": POLICE OMBUDSMAN, Police Ombudsman of Northern Ireland, 24 June 2011.
- Iain Cobain, UK accused of helping to supply arms for Northern Ireland loyalist killings, The Guardian, 15 October 2012.
- Statutory Report: The Murders at the Heights Bar, Loughinisland, 18 June 1994, Police Ombudsman of Northern Ireland, 9 June 2016. Note that this report reaches dramatically different conclusions on collusion from the Ombudsman's predecessor of June 2011.
- Gerry Moriarty, RUC 'failed' NI massacre families, Irish Times, 24 June 2011.