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Republican enforcer Stakeknife convicted of possesing beastiality porn

automaticforthepeople

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The animal that is Freddie Scappatici has pleaded guilty to possessing pornographic images in the UK. in the case Scap recognised the court. Interestingly the judge said he had not been before the official court for 50 years and that in his book it showed him to be of good character, perhaps up there alongside Slab!

Scap was the head of the Republican nutting squad who were responsible for internal discipline in nationalist areas during the troubles. By all accounts he has an excelllent working knowledge of border roads, late at night.

s IRA informer, pleads guilty to possessing extreme pornography - Independent.ie
 


Fr. Ted Crilly

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The animal that is Freddie Scappatici has pleaded guilty to possessing pornographic images in the UK. in the case Scap recognised the court. Interestingly the judge said he had not been before the official court for 50 years and that in his book it showed him to be of good character, perhaps up there alongside Slab!

Scap was the head of the Republican nutting squad who were responsible for internal discipline in nationalist areas during the troubles. By all accounts he has an excelllent working knowledge of border roads, late at night.

s IRA informer, pleads guilty to possessing extreme pornography - Independent.ie
And the connection to Sinn Fein is what exactly?

He'd be closer to the likes of Mairia Cahill the other RNU dissidents than to Sinn Fein....

Indeed, he was a direct agent of the Brit state who murdered at least 24 people while under their pay and control.

Interestingly, when one looks at how he carried out his duties to the Brit state, the similarities between himself and Martin Corry of FFail are obvious.
Laughing and joking as he murdered people he considered to be spies was a trademark.

Anyway, on this almost dead site, haters gotta hate!:rolleyes2:
 

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Its gas to see the Shinners throw their old pal Freddie to the wolves. Twenty five years ago he was swanning around Belfast with Gerry and the boys, everyone thinking of how great a republican he was and all the time his income was being topped up by the Chancellor of the Exchequer
 

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Its gas to see the Shinners throw their old pal Freddie to the wolves. Twenty five years ago he was swanning around Belfast with Gerry and the boys, everyone thinking of how great a republican he was and all the time his income was being topped up by the Chancellor of the Exchequer
Cant think of any reason why. Can you?
 

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Was Scap ever described as a "good republican" by the man who was never a member.
 

Levellers

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I wonder why the Brits would charge him with this when they turned a blind eye to killings?
 

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"Good character"....:laugh:

That judge is obviously as in touch with current events as that old fogey who had never heard of the Beatles back in the day.
 

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Bestiality. Maybe that was the reason he was frequenting cow sheds in South Armagh
 

hollandia

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I wonder why the Brits would charge him with this when they turned a blind eye to killings?
The al Capone gambit. They did him for tax evading. I rather suspect a murder trial may throw out some uncomfortable information....
 

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You think he'd let the cat out of the bag?
More that he'd confirm that many cats have left numerous bags over the preceding forty years or so. That doesn't suit the UK, SF, the intelligence services, the police or the IRA. It certainly makes sense to me. He's also 72 (I was surprised at his age tbh), so don't be surprised if he "passes away in prison".
 

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More that he'd confirm that many cats have left numerous bags over the preceding forty years or so. That doesn't suit the UK, SF, the intelligence services, the police or the IRA. It certainly makes sense to me. He's also 72 (I was surprised at his age tbh), so don't be surprised if he "passes away in prison".
I think they'll have to charge him (because of the public outrage) if there's sufficient evidence; but I doubt they'll come up with such evidence, tbh.
 

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I wonder why the Brits would charge him with this when they turned a blind eye to killings?
English people get very outraged by cruelty to animals. Cruelty to humans, not so much.
 

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It was a magistrate and she is a woman. Still a good one for quote of the year though!


AFTP is renowned on here for getting things totally wrong and out of context particularly in matters concerning SF.:frown:
 

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