McGuinness 'lied' inquiry hears

#1
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/3484999.stm


Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness has been accused of lying to the Saville Inquiry over claims that he sought permission to give the location of an IRA safe house on Bloody Sunday.
The inquiry in the Guildhall finished hearing evidence on Friday.

The leader of the Provisional IRA in Londonderry in January 1972 said the house at Stanley's Walk in the Bogside was derelict.

The witness, known as PIRA 24, confirmed that members of the IRA met at the house in the aftermath of the shootings.


Asked if he was putting anyone in danger by pointing out the location of the house, he said: "Not at all."

Edwin Glasgow QC, representing most of the soldiers, said this showed that Mr McGuinness had engaged in an elaborate deception.

"I am going to suggest that was an elaborate piece of deceit but, so far as you know, there is no reason at all why the address of that house should not have been frankly identified straight away," he said.
McGuiness lied? it took £130,000,000 to find that out?

Personally, i could have done it for £20.00 and a Black and Decker with all the bits , a method which Mr. McGuiness allegedly , is no stranger to.

I wonder how long McGuiness would have survived as a Chechen rebel leader?
 
#3
is there actually anybody suprised he lied
 
#5
Beyond Ingram, there are other respected sources of collateral that undermine the credibility of the source "Infliction" These include such honest brokers as David Shayler and the Guardian newspaper:
http://www.guardian.co.uk/shayler/article/0,2763,952302,00.html

Mc Guinness has achieved political office through the Democratic process. Certain reactionary elements within the CIRA resent this and have mounted a smear campaign, leaning on certain weak and predictable elements amongst West Bank Republicans.
Shame on them!!
 
#6
The man is scum, but newly presentable scum.

Cold blooded, cruel, terrifying, excrutiating, unforgiving, .......I could use the dictionary...he looks so normal now

"I fired the first shot" on Bloody Sunday he told his peers

Some years later I remember the mother of a young Ulster farmer he (allegedly) had killed slowly and brutally. Her words remain with me with the fire in her eyes

"I'd put him on my meat hooks in the cellar, a toe today, and eye tomorrow, I'd just take a wee snip of him every day"

Very scary, we are much better now than I ever imagined we would be, I'd still like to drag his ginger locks through the mincer but maybe that's the "peace process" ....

Watch & Shoot
 
#8
Did you hear McGuinness, on exiting the enquiry, speak of his "code of honour" to the IRA? "I will not grass, I would rather die....."

Honour :?: 8O

"I would rather die...."

Yes please, slowly and painfully.
 
#9
wait a minute, stop the presses....................................

McGuinness lied, wow
Id never have suspected that.

The mans a terrorist of course he lies :roll:
 
#10
Well perhaps 'Sir' John (Secret Member of the Army Council) Stevens can now diligently set about an investigation into the alleged collusion between Sinn Fein and the IRA/PIRA
and forward a report to the CPA with regard to the role of Mr M. McG and Mr G.A. into the murders of countless civilians,serving police officers and military personnel. :evil:
 
#11
While I am more than a little uncomfortable with some of the so called reformed characters from the IRA now in Government, I strongly feel that the current situation is a massive improvement on what went before. In those circumstances I feel a few £100 million is well spent if it keeps the peace process going.
 

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