Reg Empey hits out at Finucane inquiry calls

Dec 17, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Fermanagh Today

Unionists should prepare terms of reference for a full international inquiry into the conduct of the Irish State and its agents in relation to the Provisional IRA, a former Ulster Unionist leader said last night.

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jason norris

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about time. include compo and the state will go bust.
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what justice will this get him.. hes getting his in hell along with all his dead comrades of the ira
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400 million and counting for bloody sunday inquiry.. what has been gained.. legal teams getting rich laughing at the rest of us working for min wage and slightly more ..
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stuarty wrote:
400 million and counting for bloody sunday inquiry.. what has been gained.. legal teams getting rich laughing at the rest of us working for min wage and slightly more ..
you can say that again. obscene is the word.
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then get yourself a good education and earn more instead of yapping
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baw wrote:
then get yourself a good education and earn more instead of yapping
what does having a good education to do with having a lack of morals, or indeed moral fibre?
Or does it earn a place on the wall of infamy?
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it was in reply to stuarty gurning at lawyers making a fortune
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it was in reply to stuarty gurning at lawyers making a fortune
Are you a lawyer then?
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stuarty wrote:
<quoted text>what justice will this get him.. hes getting his in hell along with all his dead comrades of the ira
Well,they are in good company in hell, with some of savage shankill butchers, and all other dead sectarian loyalist murderers of innocence, who have brought shame on the union flag.
Also, the misguided brits who degraded the armed forces are also having a few sweats down below, as they suffer the consequences of there cruel actions, aganist innocence which was to include woman and children.
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--Equality wrote:
<quoted text>Well,they are in good company in hell, with some of savage shankill butchers, and all other dead sectarian loyalist murderers of innocence, who have brought shame on the union flag.
Also, the misguided brits who degraded the armed forces are also having a few sweats down below, as they suffer the consequences of there cruel actions, aganist innocence which was to include woman and children.
No sweats however for the murderers of Mary Travers, the Claudy massacre, the burning alive of dog club members at Le Mon Hotel, etc.
So chatter on, and join the "never happened class". But we who matter will not forget.
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humberman99 wrote:
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No sweats however for the murderers of Mary Travers, the Claudy massacre, the burning alive of dog club members at Le Mon Hotel, etc.
So chatter on, and join the "never happened class". But we who matter will not forget.
Equally, wrong, and immoral, and the relatives of these poor unfortunate victims, should continue to fight for some sort of justice.
Fighting for justice, has been a long traumatic road, for the victims, families it has not happened overnight.
The relatives of the Bloody Sunday, innocent victims, and Pat finucane have been fighting for justice since, the day there loved ones were killed in cold blood, by not only nutcase loyalist terrorists, whom all turned on each other, but from a supposedly democratic western power, who lied, and who previously, cruelly, whitewashed these same relatives fight for justice. However I have a feeling that your narrow-minded sectarian tunnel vision, cannot see this, or will not.
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--Equality wrote:
<quoted text>Equally, wrong, and immoral, and the relatives of these poor unfortunate victims, should continue to fight for some sort of justice.
Fighting for justice, has been a long traumatic road, for the victims, families it has not happened overnight.
The relatives of the Bloody Sunday, innocent victims, and Pat finucane have been fighting for justice since, the day there loved ones were killed in cold blood, by not only nutcase loyalist terrorists, whom all turned on each other, but from a supposedly democratic western power, who lied, and who previously, cruelly, whitewashed these same relatives fight for justice. However I have a feeling that your narrow-minded sectarian tunnel vision, cannot see this, or will not.
where do you get the "narrow minded" bit from?
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just like the guards who were bent along the border letting your heros move backwards and forwards across to carry out cowardly attacks on farmers/towns/roads bombing and shooting without being stopped by the guards running away from their crimes.. well when we see them actually trying at the minute against dissidents, it shows they didn't try an ounce in the past... r else they were not allowed to from a higher state source and that makes them every bit as underhand as the british who were losing men and had a reason to be underhand unlike the irish state cowards who sat on their hands and let the cowards kill innocent protestants with immunity... scum.. cowards.. but as irish losers you would be blinkered from seeing this and only see things from your own side..
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stuarty wrote:
just like the guards who were bent along the border letting your heros move backwards and forwards across to carry out cowardly attacks on farmers/towns/roads bombing and shooting without being stopped by the guards running away from their crimes.. well when we see them actually trying at the minute against dissidents, it shows they didn't try an ounce in the past... r else they were not allowed to from a higher state source and that makes them every bit as underhand as the british who were losing men and had a reason to be underhand unlike the irish state cowards who sat on their hands and let the cowards kill innocent protestants with immunity... scum.. cowards.. but as irish losers you would be blinkered from seeing this and only see things from your own side..
First of all the IRA are not my heroes, however I do understand why they existed. My heroes, are the innocent people who were butchered on both sides of the sectsrian divide during the troubles. A grieving loved ones tears are real, whether they are Protestant or Catholic. I also detest the rightheous people on both sides, who use and abuse supposedly past hurts to fuelled there hate for others.
As for the dissidents, or fundalmentalists on both sides today, they are wrong, innocence has suffered enough!!! As for the Guards, I am sure there were a few sympathethic to the IRA cause, however it escapes you that this same Police force were to have recovered tonnes of the IRA armanents, break up dozens of IRA training camps, plus they were to arrest and imprison hundreds if not thousands of republicans, during the troubles. I think it is you that is blinded sided, and maybe kidding yourself to fuel your own hate.
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--Equality wrote:
<quoted text>First of all the IRA are not my heroes, however I do understand why they existed. My heroes, are the innocent people who were butchered on both sides of the sectsrian divide during the troubles. A grieving loved ones tears are real, whether they are Protestant or Catholic. I also detest the rightheous people on both sides, who use and abuse supposedly past hurts to fuelled there hate for others.
As for the dissidents, or fundalmentalists on both sides today, they are wrong, innocence has suffered enough!!! As for the Guards, I am sure there were a few sympathethic to the IRA cause, however it escapes you that this same Police force were to have recovered tonnes of the IRA armanents, break up dozens of IRA training camps, plus they were to arrest and imprison hundreds if not thousands of republicans, during the troubles. I think it is you that is blinded sided, and maybe kidding yourself to fuel your own hate.
your post is more two sided this time and i am impressed you can see two sides as most cant .. i have put up the dissident in e4 republican wing by name in the south.. and north but there is more republicans in jail this christmas than any before when provos active..and they were for killing guards in south robbin etc too so the numbers dont make sence for your argument but back up mine..and their sentences are a lot longer than they used to be unless it was for killing a guard etc..
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E3, Portlaoise Prison

Bernard Dempsey
Bobby Donohue.
Darragh Evans
Sean Farrell
Cormac Fitzpatrick
David Jordan
Jim Mc Cormack
Stephen McGowan.
Nick Kendall
Mathew Perry
Vincent Ryan
Brian Walsh.
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Republican prisoners Roe 4, Maghaberry

Joe Allen
Joe Barr
Brendan Campbell
Brian Cavlan
Martin Connolly
Dee Duffy
Paul Duffy
Shane Duffy
Dominic Dynes
Harry Fitzsimons
Tony Friel
Sean Kelly
Brendan McConville
Sean McConville
Liam McDonnell
Mark McGuigan
Gerard McManus
Kevin Barry Nolan
Brian Sheridan
Brian Shivers
Kevin Vernon
John Paul Wootton
stuarty

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SSU

Gavin Coyle.
Austin Creggan
Desmond Hamill
Tommy Hamill
Martin McGilloway

Female Republican Wing - Hydebank.

Sharon Rafferty
cant forget these couple for turkey sandwiches either lol
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Stuarty youv got some info dont ye lol i can find ur ip address easy people wont be happy with wat ur posting and the picture of your son/grandson thats your profile picture keep your nose outa my business big gob or youll regret it

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