British Army found guilty of machine-gunning Cork man to death in 2012

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The Brits machinegunned Cork man, Michael Maguire to death in a live fire exercise in 2012

Manslaughter & negligence convictions resulted:

RTE- Three British soldiers found guilty in connection with Irish man's death
Captain Jonathan Price, 32, was found guilty of manslaughter by gross negligence.

Two others - Lt Colonel Richard Bell and Warrant Officer Stuart Pankhurst were found guilty of negligently performing a duty in relation to the exercise.
Will Sinn Fin accept the verdict ?

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The Brits machinegunned Cork man, Michael Maguire to death in a live fire exercise in 2012

Manslaughter & negligence convictions resulted:

RTE- Three British soldiers found guilty in connection with Irish man's death

So, an accident on a firing range caused it seems by errors in planning and range management, leads you to the conclusion that "The Brits machine-gunned a Cork man.......to death...."

You're some weird, bigoted individual it must be said. :roll:
 

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The Brits machinegunned Cork man, Michael Maguire to death in a live fire exercise in 2012

Manslaughter & negligence convictions resulted:

RTE- Three British soldiers found guilty in connection with Irish man's death

So, an accident on a firing range caused it seems by errors in planning and range management, leads you to the conclusion that "The Brits machine-gunned a Cork man.......to death...."

You're some weird, bigoted individual it must be said. :roll:
He’s taking the piss FFS.
 

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The Brits machinegunned Cork man, Michael Maguire to death in a live fire exercise in 2012

Manslaughter & negligence convictions resulted:

RTE- Three British soldiers found guilty in connection with Irish man's death

So, an accident on a firing range caused it seems by errors in planning and range management, leads you to the conclusion that "The Brits machine-gunned a Cork man.......to death...."

You're some weird, bigoted individual it must be said. :roll:
Rich coming from orangie troll Cruimh.
 

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Any Irish who traitor and join the British deserve all they get the people who did this will serve zero jail like the scumbag who murdered an injured enemy combatant on the ground in Afghanistan
 

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Yup, I dont get this sneering at Cork, I think its a Southie thing.
Yup. Corkies like Nordies take care of their own and only their own.

Jobs, at all levels, pass from Corkie to Corkie no matter how incoherent and unable to go down on their women they are. Sure who'd know that ........

Dublin. The only city in the world where the locals don't get a look in.

Slowly nodding head accompanied by sounds of derisory tuut tutt's.
 

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"The Brits machine-gunned a Cork man.......to death...."

You're some weird, bigoted individual it must be said. :roll:
A man was machine gunned to death

The operators of said machine gun(s) were both British, and acting on behalf of Britain

What dispute have you with my statement of fact ?

Cyp
 

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Unlike hundreds of other Brits who blatantly murdered people during the troubles these ones faced a court.
Because of the colour of the victim's collar, nothing else.
 

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did the Daily Sport lose one of their contributors?
 

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An Irishman joins the British army and ends up dead. Why is this even news?
 

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A man was machine gunned to death

The operators of said machine gun(s) were both British, and acting on behalf of Britain

What dispute have you with my statement of fact ?

Cyp
That it isn't "fact" for a start. He wasn't "machine-gunned to death", he was struck accidentally by rounds fired by a machine-gun because of planning and supervision errors, no one "machine-gunned him to death". It's a stupid and deliberatly misleading thing to say.
Secondly, to say that the gun-crew, were "acting on behalf of Britain", when he was shot is just plain stupid, they were all soldiers in the same Battalion for Christ's sake, you may as well say that the dead man was "acting on behald of Britain" when he was killed. Anyway, it's the Royal Irish, for all you know one or both of them could have been from Galway!

To summarise, your interpretation and description of the incident is both idiotic, uninformed and patently biased.

Is that enough for you?
 

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That it isn't "fact" for a start. He wasn't "machine-gunned to death", he was struck accidentally by rounds fired by a machine-gun because of planning and supervision errors, no one "machine-gunned him to death". It's a stupid and deliberatly misleading thing to say.
Secondly, to say that the gun-crew, were "acting on behalf of Britain", when he was shot is just plain stupid, they were all soldiers in the same Battalion for Christ's sake, you may as well say that the dead man was "acting on behald of Britain" when he was killed. Anyway, it's the Royal Irish, for all you know one or both of them could have been from Galway!

To summarise, your interpretation and description of the incident is both idiotic, uninformed and patently biased.

Is that enough for you?
No. You are not the sort of poster he was hoping to attract.
 

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Hopefully all 'Irish' who join the British army come back bagged and tagged.
 

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