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Divis Sweeney BS: Soldiers Convicted of Crimes in NI (242* d) RE: BS: Soldiers Convicted of Crimes in NI 17 Dec 06


Teribus, one has to note how quickly you pass over on the murders committed by the British army, as if the were acceptable.

I have discussed the case of McConville with a lot of friends (you not being one of them) many times, but not on this site.I see no purpose in discussing it with you. All you seem to be capable of is defending the murderous actions of an army who have been publicly exposed in the European Courts of Human justice for "torture and ill-treatment" in fact if I am correct another member here exposed you some time back as boasting that you did a bit of this yourself.

No volunteer went out to shot a child to blame it on the British army EVER. Can you support your claim ? No didn't think so.

Yes I have repeated the apology from the PIRA Army Council several times on this site. Can you repeat the apology from the British army ? No of course you can't because they are much like yourself, because in their view they did no wrong so no apology needed.

What's the chances of you and the other blind mice allowing this thread to get back on course and face the fact your murdering soldiers still think crime pays in the North of Ireland.


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