Nothing to hide here??
Highly sensitive documents on the Kincora scandal will remain locked away in Northern Ireland's official archive for decades to come.
'Highly sensitive'... that is unlikely to concern the appalling decor at the home, it is fairly safe to say.
quite the opposite, I'd say.
After the publicity received by some of the big names connected with the home, and recent attempts to whitewash those big names, it is hardly surprising.
Do you have a better link? that one seems generic, and searches with the words Bethany, rape, grandmaster, orange and order do not give me anything that looks relevant.There was a man on RTE liveline a few days ago. He had been in the Bethany home and was later adopted by a Belfast family.
He claimed he was raped by a man who later went on to be a Grandmaster of the Orange Order. The Presenter cut across him very quickly to change the subject.
If it was a court case, we'd have access to the information, but this way we are not even allowed to see a redacted version of the report.The scumbags who hide these names from public scrutiny are the same AH's who would accuse Joe Public for speculating on such matters.
Its on that page in the link. It's the tenth item down the page, under the title, "Bethany homes survivor" https://www.rte.ie/radio1/podcast/podcast_liveline.xmlDo you have a better link? that one seems generic, and the words Bethany, rape, grandmaster, orange and order do not give me anything that looks relevant.
There is nothing about Mountbatten "out in the open" other than rumours and speculation, a lot of rumours and speculation, but no facts or evidence.It's pretty much out in the open about Mountbatten, so there must be some other pretty big skeletons still in the closet, MI5/6:
I would agree with you if it was only rumors, but writers don't tend to put things into print unless they can back up what they print, unless they are very foolish. Robin Bryans put allegations of Mountbatten's pseudofile activities including activities at the Kincora Boys' Home, into print in Now magazine in 1990 - No one sued him or the magazine. Now a new book has come out: The Mountbattens: their Lives & Loves, and is written by Andrew Lownie. See here:There is nothing about Mountbatten "out in the open" other than rumours and speculation, a lot of rumours and speculation, but no facts or evidence.
I wouldn't be surprised if considerations relevant to Mountbatten are at play.