39 years ago the cowards of the IRA hid behind a hedge and shot my unarmed Father dead. It was 30th August 1975 and like today it was Black Saturday. At 19.55 whilst skulking in the bushes they opened fire and killed my Dad instantly. The same murderous group of cowards now sit in our government some 39 years later and try to say they had an army, they don””t even know what a soldier is.They are terrorists like Hamas and ISIS.
Today I visited the spot and laid flowers – I can tell you that my will to fight them and to see justice prevail is as strong now as it was back then, like Dad Ulster folk don’t do walking away. RIP DAD.
I also visited and laid a wreath at Narrow Water which also happened this week in 1979. Eighteen brave British soldiers were massacred here. Again, the IRA hid and exploded 2 bombs. Again I say the IRA were no army, they were and are terrorist scum who work in the same way as FARC, ETA, Hamas and ISIS.
Thank you to the 5454 of you who remembered my Father in my Facebook post yesterday.
Loyalist protest against George Galloway in Belfast
Last week the final charge against me was dropped by the PPS. Throughout the protracted legal procedures I always attended court when required to do so. I also steadfastly maintained my position in respect of these charges leveled against me and at the conclusion of the final matter accepted an ”Adult warning” from police in respect of one issue only. However, the question must now be asked concerning the overall cost to the taxpayer of this time consuming and un-necessary legal procedure. Furthermore the question must also be asked – how can an individuals basic Human Rights be abused in such a manner?
It is interesting to note on the same day legal proceedings against me were dropped my social media network pages, including Facebook, were all ”closed down”. When I contacted Facebook to ask why I was told I ”didn”t exist”! However, despite having sent Facebook full and proper proof of my identity the social media network still refuses to restore my page on their system. So much for freedom of speech and equality in the Irish Republic. However, rest assured this issue will be contested and properly resolved as I and along with other Victims representatives intend to travel to and protest outside the Facebook offices in Dublin within in the next few days.