It appears that the Inquiry into the murder of Lurgan solicitor Rosemary Nelson that commenced today will comprise little more than a farce. For a long time it has been our suspicion that instead of being a genuine desire for the truth - something we would not deny anyone - that it is in reality a cheap point scoring exercise by Sinn Fein/IRA, with the added bonus of reactivating electoral support for republican terrorism in the wake of the McCartney murders.
During today's initial hearing it was claimed that there are up to 100 witnesses to give evidence, which to any estimation must be a severe exaggeration. If what is to be presented here is grounds for an inquiry then in our opinion there is room for numerous relating to the atrocities in south Armagh. Of course there is great value for the government in appeasing the republican terror machine, far more than giving justice or truth to innocent victims.
In the light of the Bloody Sunday farce, the question must be asked what is the price tag for this inquiry? We can only imagine as the 000s roll on - all this in tax payers money (i.e. not the tax evading fraudsters of Sinn Fein/IRA) while innocent victims of these people are still intimidated, harassed and threatened on a daily basis by this terrorist organisation.
HELP US TELL THE TRUTH