From todays Belfast Telegraph---- Belfast Telegraph Home > News SF fury at 'Army spying' Meeting sought with Blair By Marie Foy 24 February 2006 This is the weather-beaten document which Sinn Fein claims is proof of ongoing Army spying in south Armagh. The document was said to have been found by a farmer two weeks ago close to an Army post. Sinn Fein says it shows that 12 spy cameras operating from Faughil base are trained on the homes of nine individuals, a GAA club and an unidentified building. The party claims one of the cameras is focused on the entrance to the Dromintee GAA club grounds as well as the homes of people who live in the shadow of the Army post. One of the individuals named on the document is Sinn Fein councillor Patrick McDonald, who said the only common denominator between those listed was that they were all members of the GAA club. "I can't see what they are trying to achieve. "There are people who aren't connected with any political group and yet their house has been targeted for no apparent reason," he said. Sinn Fein's Conor Murphy said the community was outraged, particularly the club. Mr Murphy said the document was called "R21M Pathfinder Camera Reference Guide" and "may have been left by a foot patrol". In the case of four of the 12 cameras the words "not in use" are printed beneath the camera number. There is no date on the document. Mr Murphy said Sinn Fein would be challenging Prime Minister Tony Blair about "ongoing military activity" at a meeting next week. He welcomed the "beginning of movement" on the removal of "spy posts" but said people still "had frustrations". An Army spokesman said: "We do not comment on alleged operational activities." So Sinn Fein's p****d about 'alleged' spying by the Security Services,bet their still spying on us!