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Bloody Sunday bribe?


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Global Justice

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The BBC has learnt that the families of those killed on Bloody Sunday have been offered £50,000 each in compensation.
BBC News - Derry Bloody Sunday families offered £50,000 compensation

A bribe from the British terrorist state in an attempt to subdue proper justice and stop a murder trial for the sectarian terrorist thugs that went on a rampage slaughtering innocent and unarmed Catholic Civil rights protesters in Derry. That's my view, but ultimately it is up to the victims and victim's families.

Bloody Sunday murder probe to begin - Local - Derry Journal

Sunday murder team appointed - News - Derry Journal
 

between the bridges

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Trolling your own OP what a clever girl...
 

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Trolling your own OP what a clever girl...
Trolling says troll under the bridge :lol:

I posted an article and gave my view, numbnuts. Another pitiful attempt at unionists to stifle debate and deflect attention away from murder by British crown terrorists
 

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Trolling says troll under the bridge :lol:

I posted an article and gave my view, numbnuts. Another pitiful attempt at unionists to stifle debate and deflect attention away from murder by British crown terrorists
My dear i am merely pointing out that the subject requires more respect that your attempts at point scoring, it really is shameful the depths you stoop too...
 

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Re ''topic'' 50k is a miserable sum, nothing can compensate for the loss of a loved one. However it is much more than many victims families received and almost 5 times the amount of the Eames Bradley proposal to pay £12,000 to victims families...
 

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/MOD/ There's a thread on this in the justice forum /MOD/
 
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