Sinn Fein And British Government Criticised Over Letters Given To Ira Suspects

SINN FEIN AND BRITISH GOVERNMENT CRITICISED OVER LETTERS GIVEN TO IRA SUSPECTS

The Northern Ireland assembly has officially criticised Sinn Féin and the British government over secret letters given to IRA suspects.

MLAs in Stormont have adopted a motion expressing disgust at the “hidden actions” which saw ‘letters of comfort’ given to up to 200 suspected criminals.

The vote follows the collapse of the trial of the alleged Hyde Park bomber, John Downey, earlier this week.

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