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Kincora, Kingsmills, Birmingham etc..
« on: June 01, 2016, 10:48:42 PM »
It is mere coincidence that on the same day the Kincora HIA inquiry (which the RUC, MI5 and British Politicians are alleged to have been involved in perpetrating as well as covering up) began, the PSNI just happen to claim a breakthrough in Kingsmills massacre, thus stealing the news headlines.  The following day the 1974 Birmingham pub bombings inquest reopening is announced and grabs the headlines again? 

The Asst Chief Constable of the PSNI was on Nolan this morning and a somewhat sceptical Stephen asked him how a match of the palm-print on the van at Kingsmill could only come to light now 40 years on and he said that the recent advances in forensics and DNA should bring justice for many families no matter how long ago the crimes were committed.  Hopefully this is so.

 Loughinisland massacre happened as recently as 1994 and the RUC found the getaway car, the weapons used, not to mention the balaclavas and gloves worn by the perpetrators.  Given the new advances in forensics and DNA mentioned by the ACC, justice for those families should be on its way soon too you would think?
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Re: Kincora, Kingsmills, Birmingham etc..
« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2016, 02:24:41 PM »
It is mere coincidence that on the same day the Kincora HIA inquiry (which the RUC, MI5 and British Politicians are alleged to have been involved in perpetrating as well as covering up) began, the PSNI just happen to claim a breakthrough in Kingsmills massacre, thus stealing the news headlines.  The following day the 1974 Birmingham pub bombings inquest reopening is announced and grabs the headlines again? 

The Asst Chief Constable of the PSNI was on Nolan this morning and a somewhat sceptical Stephen asked him how a match of the palm-print on the van at Kingsmill could only come to light now 40 years on and he said that the recent advances in forensics and DNA should bring justice for many families no matter how long ago the crimes were committed.  Hopefully this is so.

 Loughinisland massacre happened as recently as 1994 and the RUC found the getaway car, the weapons used, not to mention the balaclavas and gloves worn by the perpetrators.  Given the new advances in forensics and DNA mentioned by the ACC, justice for those families should be on its way soon too you would think?

Was thinking the same thing myself.

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Re: Kincora, Kingsmills, Birmingham etc..
« Reply #2 on: September 16, 2019, 11:56:18 PM »
Kincora files are to be locked away for at least 66 years, this is shameful from the British government.

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Re: Kincora, Kingsmills, Birmingham etc..
« Reply #3 on: September 22, 2019, 09:25:48 PM »
Kincora files are to be locked away for at least 66 years, this is shameful from the British government.

Mountbatten will be pleased.

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