Bloody Sunday Killings ''UNLAWFUL''

McSlaggart

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You're first post since you openly came out as a Provo supporter that I agree with.

800 years of defeat leads to terrible insular mono cultural music.
That is an assertion without any supporting evidence. If you cannot post up anything to support it then everyone can see what sort of poster you are.
 


Pyewacket

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I guess Ireland's Premiere political website has missed the news this week.

The Dissos are broke after what they done.
 

death or glory

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We read your posts, it oozes out of you.
Well now TBF to McSlaggart you cannot just call him a provo supporter.

It could have been any one of the "ira"s he was referring to in his retort.

For all we know it could be the New IRA that recently murdered the journalist or it could have been the Real IRA that murdered 28 innocent people in his home town.
 

death or glory

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I reported the posts, as the above reply from your mod confirms, so you can feign innocence all you like.





And at the same time you've absolutely no idea what I'm talking about?

"Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive.."
Let's face it you had 800 years practice at whining and that's the best you could do, that is pathetic.
 

LISTOWEL MAN

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if they prosecute soldier F then they are going to have to prosecute the people who murdered Jean McConville , Brian Stack , Paul Quinn etc
 

bang bang

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if they prosecute soldier F then they are going to have to prosecute the people who murdered Jean McConville , Brian Stack , Paul Quinn etc
Now towely, we know you're a fanboy of the bloody Sunday paratroopers, soldier F seemingly being a particular favourite. It's a strange individual to put it mildly who takes so much enjoyment in the killing of his fellow countrymen by foreign troops, but that aside why should the prosecution of F be predicated on what happens in other cases where there may be insufficient evidence to bring a prosecution.
 

davidcameron

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Case against Soldier F scheduled to be heard next month.


I think it's unlikely that any judge in Northern Ireland will convict a soldier on the charge of murder in the cases concerning killings carried out by soldiers in 1972 in Derry and Belfast and the killing of Jon Pat Cunningham in 1974.
 

Newrybhoy

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Case against Soldier F scheduled to be heard next month.


I think it's unlikely that any judge in Northern Ireland will convict a soldier on the charge of murder in the cases concerning killings carried out by soldiers in 1972 in Derry and Belfast and the killing of Jon Pat Cunningham in 1974.
Unless he has confessed in interview, given the weapons were destroyed I can't see how he could be convicted.
 

Mickeymac

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Case against Soldier F scheduled to be heard next month.


I think it's unlikely that any judge in Northern Ireland will convict a soldier on the charge of murder in the cases concerning killings carried out by soldiers in 1972 in Derry and Belfast and the killing of Jon Pat Cunningham in 1974.

You failed to tell us WHY I notice.

Are there any other people, suspected of mass murder you think should not be convicted of such evil if found guilty by their peers?

Hopefully no members of those families get to read your disgraceful comments, further heartache for those people is certainly not warranted.
 

davidcameron

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You failed to tell us WHY I notice.

Are there any other people, suspected of mass murder you think should not be convicted of such evil if found guilty by their peers?

Hopefully no members of those families get to read your disgraceful comments, further heartache for those people is certainly not warranted.
There is the possibility that a deceased civilian was killed by mistake during a battle between the British Army and the Provisional IRA or was mistaken by an armed combatant - or that Official IRA gunman Joe McCann was honestly believed to have a gun.
 

Mickeymac

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There is the possibility that a deceased civilian was killed by mistake during a battle between the British Army and the Provisional IRA or was mistaken by an armed combatant - or that Official IRA gunman Joe McCann was honestly believed to have a gun.

Have you any evidence to back up this "gun battle" between the IRA and Paratroopers on Bloody Sunday?

There are eye witness accounts of the slaughter perpetrated by the so called "soldiers" (what a joke) which were highlighted in many inquiries and books.
 

davidcameron

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Have you any evidence to back up this "gun battle" between the IRA and Paratroopers on Bloody Sunday?

There are eye witness accounts of the slaughter perpetrated by the so called "soldiers" (what a joke) which were highlighted in many inquiries and books.
Soldier F would only have to prove that he reasonably believed that there were armed terrorists in his sight. The onus on the prosecution is to prove guilt beyond reasonable doubt.

In England there have been several cases where armed policemen wrongly but reasonably believed that their lives were under threat when they opened fire and were thus acquitted.
 

Mickeymac

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Soldier F would only have to prove that he reasonably believed that there were armed terrorists in his sight. The onus on the prosecution is to prove guilt beyond reasonable doubt.

In England there have been several cases where armed policemen wrongly but reasonably believed that their lives were under threat when they opened fire and were thus acquitted.

Are you saying killers should use case law in order to walk.....ie “your honor there was a killer in Hicksville who was bit in the arm by her attacker and he walked, same happened to me”😂😂😂😂


FFS Dave, go for a lie down or something 😂
 


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