From the BBC: No police or soldiers will be charged in connection with the murder of Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane, the Public Prosecution Service has said. Mr Finucane, 39, was shot dead at his home by loyalist paramilitaries, the Ulster Defence Association, in 1989. The killing was one of the most controversial of the 30 years of the Troubles in NI due to allegations of security force collusion. The PPS said insufficient evidence was "critical" in its decision. [align=center]...[/align] Sinn Fein's Alex Maskey said: "This is an absolute scandal that no action is being taken." Hmmmm, people allegedly getting away with murder in Norn Iron? Noooooooo, I don't believe it... The hypocrisy of SF and its representatives never ceases to amaze me.