- Aug 4, 2011
He also claims that MacKay was a “keen Orangeman” and sported a ‘King Billy tattoo” and was “befriended” by members of the RUC.
New claims about British soldier suspected of shooting west Belfast teenager - The Irish NewsMacKay, who was 62, was also one of five British soldiers convicted in 1977 of planting ammunition in cars owned by innocent civilians.
This about the killing of a Catholic teenager in Belfast by Brits in 1975 by a 'drunken Brit psychopath'. This is what the Brits where to the sane. An occupying force of brutality and murder. They then raided the house of the murdered boy without telling his mother that he was dead.
I hope the family find some sort of peace in this kultre of silence, cover-up and collusion.
It'll be hard to get the facts from crown forces that were happy to colonise, murder, drug, behead, starve and torture their way around the globe in their imperialist bloodlust. Why would Ireland be any different from Britain's previous imperialist misadventures?
Paul Butler from Relatives for Justice said documents uncovered by the group have revealed attempts by the British army to label Mr Norney a gunman.
“There needs to be a totally new independent mechanism put in place to deal with British army killings," he said.