For the murder of Pat Finucane, an ap...

For the murder of Pat Finucane, an apology is not enough | Beatrix Campbell

There are 311 comments on the The Guardian story from Dec 13, 2012, titled For the murder of Pat Finucane, an apology is not enough | Beatrix Campbell. In it, The Guardian reports that:

We need a public inquiry to establish who sanctioned the British state's role in feeding intelligence to loyalist paramilitaries Geraldine Finucane, the widow of the murdered Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane, with her children in London this week, following the publication of De Silva's report.

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humberman99

Dorking, UK

#1 Dec 13, 2012
twittering class rubbish at its best.
I can read

Edinburgh, UK

#2 Dec 13, 2012
humberman99 wrote:
twittering class rubbish at its best.
Maybe you're fine with your government colluding with terrorists, I hold them to a higher standard.

Since: Nov 10

Dublin

#3 Dec 13, 2012
Tip of the iceberg.....
humberman99

Dorking, UK

#4 Dec 14, 2012
I can read wrote:
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Maybe you're fine with your government colluding with terrorists, I hold them to a higher standard.
you idiotic imbecile.
jason norris

Dorking, UK

#5 Dec 14, 2012
Dubbadub wrote:
Tip of the iceberg.....
yes, correct, such as the background of the powers that be named a childrens playpark after a psycho killer.
Therein lies the crux, if anyone thinks that the decent citizens of Newry are going to accept this insult then they need to think again.
Or indeed, the decent citizens of anywhere else.
The smokescreen now is about jobs, wages, etc etc, ie eat dirt if you have to, backed by communist and nationalist local government employees.
Dream on, we will eat grass if needs be.
jason norris

Dorking, UK

#6 Dec 14, 2012
All forgotten is the bombing, compensation,burning, killing in the past 40 years.The burning of the Daily Mirror plant in Anderstown, the most modern plant in Europe at that time.Since replaced with rags that conform to the psychos point of view.
rio

Bromley, UK

#7 Dec 14, 2012
Why do you start posting under several identities on the same thread again? humberman99 and jason norris

jason norris

Dorking, UK

#8 Dec 14, 2012
rio wrote:
Why do you start posting under several identities on the same thread again? humberman99 and jason norris
who is humberman? not me. By the way, if you would like to read about Finucane and activities, the truth that is, refer to todays issue of the Belfast Newsletter.
Mincing Lane

London, UK

#9 Dec 14, 2012
rio wrote:
Why do you start posting under several identities on the same thread again? humberman99 and jason norris
so why are you posting as Rio , when everyone knows you are Ronan? why don't you register your names?
Allymac

Glasgow, UK

#10 Dec 14, 2012
Mincing Lane wrote:
<quoted text>so why are you posting as Rio , when everyone knows you are Ronan? why don't you register your names?
Because he's a pr*ck.LOL.
Paeder63

Malvern, UK

#11 Dec 14, 2012
Dubbadub wrote:
Tip of the iceberg.....
Totally agree with Dubbadubs opinion. It is beleived that collusion between rogue elements within the RUC and the British secret service were responsible for at least 800 murders of innocents, during the long conflict, not to mention the several hundred innocents who were killed outright by serving British soldiers.
85% of the 1000 murders committed by so-called drug and alcohol infused loyalist paramilitaries, during there ethic cleansing campaign aganist innocent Irish catholics were acheived with the help of the British secret service, etc. Which pars them no different to any other dictorial regime past and present who murdered and tortured innocents, because of creed or political difference.
If I was a British soldier, today I would be extremely ashamed that my British Prime minister, is for ever apologising for the murderous wrongs aganist Irish innocents, by British servicemen. These so-called defenders of democracy, should be ashamed of themselves.
I also beleive that thousands of British men and woman who made the ultimate sacrifice during both World wars, for democratic principles and the rule of law, will be turning in there graves, because of the shame that many within the British armed forces, have served on there memories. Shame on these dark forces, and I have no doubt the whole truth will out, in the near future. If so the rule of law books and punishment, should be thrown at them from a great height. They have also dishonoured and brought shame to all democratic thinking British peoples.
jason norris

Dorking, UK

#12 Dec 14, 2012
Paeder63 wrote:
<quoted text>Totally agree with Dubbadubs opinion. It is beleived that collusion between rogue elements within the RUC and the British secret service were responsible for at least 800 murders of innocents, during the long conflict, not to mention the several hundred innocents who were killed outright by serving British soldiers.
85% of the 1000 murders committed by so-called drug and alcohol infused loyalist paramilitaries, during there ethic cleansing campaign aganist innocent Irish catholics were acheived with the help of the British secret service, etc. Which pars them no different to any other dictorial regime past and present who murdered and tortured innocents, because of creed or political difference.
If I was a British soldier, today I would be extremely ashamed that my British Prime minister, is for ever apologising for the murderous wrongs aganist Irish innocents, by British servicemen. These so-called defenders of democracy, should be ashamed of themselves.
I also beleive that thousands of British men and woman who made the ultimate sacrifice during both World wars, for democratic principles and the rule of law, will be turning in there graves, because of the shame that many within the British armed forces, have served on there memories. Shame on these dark forces, and I have no doubt the whole truth will out, in the near future. If so the rule of law books and punishment, should be thrown at them from a great height. They have also dishonoured and brought shame to all democratic thinking British peoples.
we all know you follow the peados, peado.
rio

UK

#13 Dec 14, 2012
Paeder63 wrote:
<quoted text>Totally agree with Dubbadubs opinion. It is beleived that collusion between rogue elements within the RUC and the British secret service were responsible for at least 800 murders of innocents, during the long conflict, not to mention the several hundred innocents who were killed outright by serving British soldiers.
85% of the 1000 murders committed by so-called drug and alcohol infused loyalist paramilitaries, during there ethic cleansing campaign aganist innocent Irish catholics were acheived with the help of the British secret service, etc. Which pars them no different to any other dictorial regime past and present who murdered and tortured innocents, because of creed or political difference.
If I was a British soldier, today I would be extremely ashamed that my British Prime minister, is for ever apologising for the murderous wrongs aganist Irish innocents, by British servicemen. These so-called defenders of democracy, should be ashamed of themselves.
I also beleive that thousands of British men and woman who made the ultimate sacrifice during both World wars, for democratic principles and the rule of law, will be turning in there graves, because of the shame that many within the British armed forces, have served on there memories. Shame on these dark forces, and I have no doubt the whole truth will out, in the near future. If so the rule of law books and punishment, should be thrown at them from a great height. They have also dishonoured and brought shame to all democratic thinking British peoples.
Totally agree too.
That's why you will not see me supporting our soldiers.
There were just as guilty as the IRA in this dirty war.
ashamed

UK

#14 Dec 14, 2012
And Both sides were no better than each other!! Both went as far as murdering thir own, both sides wanted power and both make me sick!! But at least a Government has some "policies" "Terrorists" have none? And as much as we all here in Ulster hated them and their Queen, we are all Guilty for taking her "benefits"!
rio

UK

#15 Dec 14, 2012
Mincing Lane wrote:
<quoted text>so why are you posting as why don't you register your names?
Why don't you register yours?
sandy row

London, UK

#16 Dec 14, 2012
Republicans will jump up and down and scream collusion, unionists will say he was an IRA man, fck him, and in a few more days only a handful of people will give a toss.
He played with fire and it killed him. End of.
fraoch

UK

#17 Dec 14, 2012
Erm??? Do not put a republican as one and only! And never put a unionist as one and only! This whole scenasrio is feckin sad!! Tell me someting??? Do you both believe in the "SAME GOD"? Just in different ways? Grow up!!!! The World has bigger probs! What country did God ever designate to anyone???? OH and by the way most "Religions are man made" so we cant blame "GOD" for that!!
Paeder63

Dartford, UK

#18 Dec 14, 2012
jason norris wrote:
<quoted text>
we all know you follow the peados, peado.
The truth always, bring an offensive aggressive reaction from weirdos, such as this guy, because they simply do not have the brain cells, to make any comeback, or they have no comeback, other than attack, Sad brainless fcuks.
Furthermore they are obsessed with the word paedo, "She protests, to much" Me thinks, they have something to hide for defo. And I would not put any of my children, within a hundred country miles, of these weirdos.
Martin Luther King, "Injustice, aganist innocence, is a serious threat to justice everywhere" Go and play with your computer games, monkey boy!
Paeder63

Dartford, UK

#19 Dec 14, 2012
jason norris wrote:
<quoted text>
who is humberman? not me. By the way, if you would like to read about Finucane and activities, the truth that is, refer to todays issue of the Belfast Newsletter.
Monkey boy, is the wee Protestant boy, posturing as a wee Catholic boy who is British to the backbone.2506
stuarty

Bridlington, UK

#20 Dec 14, 2012
pat was a provo, pat was killed , why do the family wana waste millions for someone else to say yes your family member was killed by the UFF and a police man /special branch officer passed on the info to his killers... will this bring him back.. will anyone stand in the dock..no just sin fein's way of blowin more goverment money to make n.ireland a bigger drain on the system and their big plan for us to be unwanted to costly for britian... bloody sunday inq 240+ million... for what ..yes they were wrong.. big deal..scum of the earth sin fein has more inq like loughinisland, andersontown, just another couple b4 they bring out a few more .. for damn all but to waste money..

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