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johnnycool

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Re: Bloody Sunday killings to be ruled unlawful
« Reply #390 on: March 15, 2019, 10:46:46 AM »
Correct - this will be the last attempt at any prosecution.  Everyone else gets off....probably already promised to the DUP.
I wonder if they have picked a pasty who will probably be deemed unfit to stand trial due to age/illness ie another whitewash.

Going by what I've read he's the best chance of getting a conviction. He's the most involved of the ones still living. Shot something like 8 people I think.

I think this was posted on here already, but it seems "Dave" or Soldier F went off the rails that day;

https://www.spectator.co.uk/2019/03/the-case-for-prosecuting-bloody-sunday-soldier-f/


Now whilst these Soldiers were the ones pulling the trigger and are responsible for their actions, why are there not officers like Derek Wilford not in the dock as well?
 

BennyCake

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« Reply #391 on: April 19, 2019, 02:12:00 PM »
First it was Carrickfergus.

Now, ‘Portadown stand with Soldier F’.

Big banner in the town centre for a few days now.

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« Reply #392 on: April 19, 2019, 02:47:12 PM »
Ballymena too...

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« Reply #393 on: April 19, 2019, 03:25:43 PM »
Ballyclare and Broughshane have flags and posters too

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« Reply #394 on: April 19, 2019, 03:49:19 PM »
It’s the usual propaganda bullshit. Tell people they are being oppressed and only one side being “looked out for” and people will believe it. I think looking at the stats more republican killings are being investigated yet that is not being publicised.

Likewise the myth that the orange culture is being picked on when it’s parades are growing year on year.

Then there’s stuff like the flag at city hall and now alliance caused it to be taken down most days of the year when if it wasn’t for them it would have been there zero days.

Constant unionist propaganda bullshit which people fall for hook line and sinker. This is the same. One sided, picking on our side blah blah blah.

How people don’t comprehend that innocent people were killed by the state and their loved ones want answers and accountability I just don’t know. These lives are just a pawn. Karen bradley’s language on it told you all you needed to know about what the duo were feeding her.

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« Reply #395 on: May 11, 2019, 10:39:14 PM »
A banner supporting Soldier F in Lurgan now too.

There was obviously sufficient evidence for Soldier F to stand trial for killing innocent civilians, and the law will now take its course.

If a banner was erected in Derry in support of those who killed Lyra McKee, I’d imagine everyone in the country would condemn it.

So what’s the difference with Soldier F? Why are these banners allowed to remain draped in town centres?

RedHand88

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« Reply #396 on: May 12, 2019, 10:34:16 AM »
A banner supporting Soldier F in Lurgan now too.

There was obviously sufficient evidence for Soldier F to stand trial for killing innocent civilians, and the law will now take its course.

If a banner was erected in Derry in support of those who killed Lyra McKee, I’d imagine everyone in the country would condemn it.

So what’s the difference with Soldier F? Why are these banners allowed to remain draped in town centres?

I honestly don't know why those rags aren't being cut down in the middle of the night. What sort of printing company agrees to even make a banner like that?!

seafoid

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« Reply #397 on: May 12, 2019, 10:35:45 AM »
The Bloody Sunday Inquiry cost something like £ 700 million. Mostly on lawyers

WTF
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« Reply #398 on: May 12, 2019, 10:39:26 AM »
The Bloody Sunday Inquiry cost something like £ 700 million. Mostly on lawyers

WTF

When they charge £50 to send a letter, it adds up.

BennyCake

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« Reply #399 on: May 12, 2019, 10:51:28 AM »
A banner supporting Soldier F in Lurgan now too.

There was obviously sufficient evidence for Soldier F to stand trial for killing innocent civilians, and the law will now take its course.

If a banner was erected in Derry in support of those who killed Lyra McKee, I’d imagine everyone in the country would condemn it.

So what’s the difference with Soldier F? Why are these banners allowed to remain draped in town centres?

I honestly don't know why those rags aren't being cut down in the middle of the night. What sort of printing company agrees to even make a banner like that?!

Why aren’t the coppers taking them down in broad daylight as soon as they go up? To show those who put them up that the law will take its course with Soldier F, and that these banners are insulting to those murdered on Bloody Sunday? Where’s the Chief Constable of the PSNIRUC in condemning these banners?

Nothing ever changes with those in charge of this shithole.

general_lee

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« Reply #400 on: May 12, 2019, 11:22:48 AM »
A banner supporting Soldier F in Lurgan now too.

There was obviously sufficient evidence for Soldier F to stand trial for killing innocent civilians, and the law will now take its course.

If a banner was erected in Derry in support of those who killed Lyra McKee, I’d imagine everyone in the country would condemn it.

So what’s the difference with Soldier F? Why are these banners allowed to remain draped in town centres?

I honestly don't know why those rags aren't being cut down in the middle of the night. What sort of printing company agrees to even make a banner like that?!

Why aren’t the coppers taking them down in broad daylight as soon as they go up? To show those who put them up that the law will take its course with Soldier F, and that these banners are insulting to those murdered on Bloody Sunday? Where’s the Chief Constable of the PSNIRUC in condemning these banners?

Nothing ever changes with those in charge of this shithole.
Because they’re spineless c***ts, they’ll happily post all the PR shite of the day on their Facebook pages bleating about how hard a task they have in lifting 18 year olds with a bit of cannabis on them or seizing some boy racers 306, or sending in the cavalry to Kilwilkie to lift all 5 partipants in the dissies Easter parade... but to actually comment on those sickening banners means they have a responsibility to remove them and that actually might entail a bit of hard work. You can guarantee I’d anyone was caught removing them though they’d get slapped with a “breach of the peace” charge

seafoid

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« Reply #401 on: May 12, 2019, 12:10:39 PM »
The Bloody Sunday Inquiry cost something like £ 700 million. Mostly on lawyers

WTF

When they charge £50 to send a letter, it adds up.
If the Brits had apologised early the money could have been spent on the Creggan

McCann:
More than half (54 per cent) of the population of the electoral area which includes the Creggan have low or no qualifications. There are people with degrees on Sainsbury’s checkout. What chance a start with no A-levels?
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David McKeown

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« Reply #402 on: May 16, 2019, 02:10:27 PM »
The Bloody Sunday Inquiry cost something like £ 700 million. Mostly on lawyers

WTF

700?  The official figure was 195 with around 90 million to lawyers. Some have speculated it was closer to 400 but I’ve never seen seen it suggested that it was even close to that level.

BennyCake

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« Reply #403 on: June 21, 2019, 08:13:09 PM »
Police comments on removing Soldier F banners:

They will only act if there are substantial risks to public safety.

What the f**k is that supposed to mean? That they’ll only remove it if it’s at risk of flapping down and hitting big Mervyn a slap around the chops?

Jesus wept.

GetOverTheBar

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« Reply #404 on: June 21, 2019, 08:27:31 PM »
The Bloody Sunday Inquiry cost something like £ 700 million. Mostly on lawyers

WTF

When they charge £50 to send a letter, it adds up.


Thousands upon thousands of A4 pages of evidence all printed out multiple times @ about 7p a page is also a nice little racket too.