The family of Father Niall Molloy say there are ten people that can still shed light on the facts surrounding the killing of the Roscommon priest.
There are renewed calls for a Commission of Investigation into the death of the then 52 year old.
He was found in the bedroom of his friends’ the Flynn’s home in Clara, county Offaly on July 8th, 1985.
Owner Richard Flynn pleaded guilty to his killing, but was acquitted.
His wife Teresa who was also good friends with the priest, was never interviewed on medical grounds, she and Richard are since deceased.
A number of guests who were also at the house that day were never interviewed.
Last night, the second of a two part documentary on the Killing of Father Molloy aired on RTE television, it contends that the versions of events about that night are contradictory.
Niall’s nephew Bill Maher, who has sought answers for the last 36 years says a judge led Commission of Inquiry is the only way people will be compelled to tell the truth.