murdered my brother without regard...
they think that does not hurt?
breaks my heart.
thought they could walk away because they had the
shield of the IRA...
the IRA is a more educated animal than these beasts
and true Republicans have seen through their attempts
to dismiss the actions that were authorised that
the army council held an internal inquiry the result
upheld the reasoning that the killers must be held
accountable for their actions.
public calls from the leader of Sinn Fein these
men still act without account and dismiss the authority
that they swore allegiance to.
time ease their conscience?
will make it my task to continuously remind them
of the error of their ways and the debt they owe
men who have fought and suffered for principles
have admitted that this crime has become a public
embarrassment to their aspirations for truth and
must be rectified before the credibility of nationalism,
republicanism or political mandates can be restored.
the international stage, the people who became embroiled
in the events of that night have been shown to have
acted like a pack of hyenas with a blood-lust that
strikes fear to the core of society.
there is no hope of mercy, justice or accountability
the very fabric of society begins to dissolve.
moral disciplines by which we live will most assuredly
cast our destiny... and the Irish reputation for
civility and respectability died on that night.
can the man in the street begin to fix what has
been so damaged?
am tempted to say: write to your MP (MLA, or representative).
may vent your anger or opinion... but in any normal
society the mechanism is a system where the price
for murder is imprisonment.
want people to say to their brother, sister, cousin
want a fair society. Who can deliver that for us?
those who suppress your freedom of speech by verbally
attacking you, argue the case for righteousness
and stand up to threats (implied or real) because
together we stand united; divided we all lose our
the police need the support of the public to prosecute
criminals, witnesses to that crime need to fulfill
their social and moral obligation to protect the
many of the readers of The Irish News would hesitate
to telephone for an ambulance if they arrived at
a serious road traffic accident?
after the event is one thing... but to remain inactive
and not try to make amends is inexcusable.
may take courage that you thought you did not possess
but doing something to prevent crime can only yield
benefits for us all in the future.
for justice is a flaming torch that needs to shine
through any attempt at cover up.
is the right to claim justice, demand justice and
expect justice for all victims.