Bloody Sunday

#1
The results of the Official Inquiry into the events that took place on 30 January 1972.

Heavy going but what an eye opener!

Bloody Sunday Inquiry Website
 

TheIronDuke

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#2
Bloody Sunday is a bit like Katey Price. The fat old slapper will **** off once we all stop talking about it, you know?

Can we have a forum about Sir Harry Lauder?
 

AlienFTM

MIA
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#4
Bloody Sunday is a bit like Katey Price. The fat old slapper will **** off once we all stop talking about it, you know?

Can we have a forum about Sir Harry Lauder?
Didn't his brother Nicky win the 1975 F1 Driver's Championship?
 

ugly

LE
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#6
Official until someone else needs appeasing!
 

AlienFTM

MIA
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#7
Official until someone else needs appeasing!
Shock horror! You're suggesting a politician ordered the production of a document that would guarantee peace for his time? We know where that took us in the 30s. Still, it guaranteed the Royal Armoured Corps for over 50 years.
 

ugly

LE
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#8
Well call me Dave is the grinning spiv but with wealthier parents and a better education if not much difference in his career path to the top.
Not that I have been fooled at any time. A thing to remember is that Politicians are like nappies, they need changing often and for the same reason!
 
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ugly

LE
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#10
If they had given me 20p in 1998,I could have told them the outcome,and saved them a load of money and time.
But what would all the hourly rate solicitors and Barristers had to live on for the last 10 years? No way they could have afforded the annual break of 3 months in Provence on legal aid. Maybe thats why labour tried to cut legal aid before the election?
Lets not forget the bright and shining examples of expenses paid legal animal whose unstinting efforts did so much to put taxpayers money into laywers bank accounts, Gents I give you (and may you keep them) the Blairs!
 
#11
But what would all the hourly rate solicitors and Barristers had to live on for the last 10 years? No way they could have afforded the annual break of 3 months in Provence on legal aid. Maybe thats why labour tried to cut legal aid before the election?
Lets not forget the bright and shining examples of expenses paid legal animal whose unstinting efforts did so much to put taxpayers money into laywers bank accounts, Gents I give you (and may you keep them) the Blairs!


Coming next - Compensation claims and even more lawyers fees


Bloody Sunday families could sue the MoD - Times Online
 
#14

ugly

LE
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#15
Oh yes the oppressed minority that demanded the army deployed to save them yet didn't feel it necessary to obey the law!
 
#16
Tell 'em to shut the fcuk up about Bloody Sunday... it was fcuking years ago and has been done to death. The ira wont back down and admit to their part, and it is doubtful that any UK government (short of liarbour ggetting back in) will just admit it was all the Paras fault.

How about we redirect the cosiderable cash and investigative powers and find the cnuts who killed PC Ronan Kerr?
 
#17
Tell 'em to shut the fcuk up about Bloody Sunday... it was fcuking years ago and has been done to death. The ira wont back down and admit to their part, and it is doubtful that any UK government (short of liarbour ggetting back in) will just admit it was all the Paras fault.

How about we redirect the cosiderable cash and investigative powers and find the cnuts who killed PC Ronan Kerr?
What,so some cnut of a parasite lawyer can make a pile defending the scum responsible?.
 
#18
A lot (far too much!) Taxpayers' money down the Yingyang and for what - apart from stating the bleedin' obvious?

23. What is the cost of the Inquiry?
The total cost of the Inquiry to Government currently stands at £190.3 million to the end of February 2010.

24. What was the cost of moving the Inquiry to London?
An estimated £15 million of net additional costs arose from the transfer of the hearings to London.

£15m to move to London (not a bad rate of Disturbance Allowance!?) FFS?
 
#19
Bloody Sunday was an incident where the sniveling fenian insurgents were lawfully exterminated by the brave Para veterans of Aden, descended from the legends of Arnhem who's courage will never be forgotten. God Bless the Paratroopers.

If it wasn't for perfidious Albion the fenians would not even have running water, indoor plumbing or any such things. They would be living in caves on Guinness fighting tribal sectarian wars. They should be thankful that 1 Para graced them with their 7.62×51mm NATO rounds
 
#20
Bloody Sunday was an incident where the sniveling fenian insurgents were lawfully exterminated by the brave Para veterans of Aden, descended from the legends of Arnhem who's courage will never be forgotten. God Bless the Paratroopers.

If it wasn't for perfidious Albion the fenians would not even have running water, indoor plumbing or any such things. They would be living in caves on Guinness fighting tribal sectarian wars. They should be thankful that 1 Para graced them with their 7.62×51mm NATO rounds
Janey Mackers, it's poitín o'clock somewhere!
 

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