They want the ombudsman to look into claims of cover up and security forces collusion in the murders.
John Moran and Thomas McIlroy died in the aftermath of the gun and bomb attack at Kelly’s Bar on the Whiterock Road in 1972.
Gerard Clarke man died of his injuries 17 years later.
The families say the authorities created the deliberate impression the explosion had been caused by the premature explosion of an IRA bomb.
They claim there was no proper investigation by the Royal Ulster Constabulary at the time.
John Moran, 19, was working as a barman and died ten days later of injuries sustained in the explosion.
Gerard Clarke was seriously injured and died of his injuries in 1989. Sixty-six other people were injured.
As ambulances ferried the injured from the scene a gunman opened fire and killed Thomas McIlroy, who was a barman in Kelly’s bar.
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