The murder of Catholics by the British Army and Government exposed by RTE requires a full enquiry by the Foreign Affairs and the Good Friday Agreement Committees.
Senator Mark Daly, a member of the Oireachtas Foreign Affairs Committee, last week proposed that there would be a joint enquiry with the Good Friday Agreement Committee into the growing evidence of a coordinated, planned and deliberate campaign of murder and terror by the British Government with the full knowledge and approval of the British Prime Minister. A decision will be made this Wednesday at the committee meeting on a joint enquiry.
“As a result of the RTE programme ‘Collusion’ showing the knowledge by British Prime Ministers of the murder of Catholics with British army assistance, it is time for the Irish Government to stop asking and start demanding” stated Senator Daly.
“Soft diplomacy has got us nowhere it’s time to ask the EU, UN and the Hague war crimes tribunal to carry out investigations. The British Prime Minister and State were no better than a third world dictatorship ordering a terror campaign by murder gangs who deliberately and indiscriminately murdered Catholic and Irish Citizens.
The evidence is that in the case of the Dublin and Monaghan Bombings, which was the biggest mass murder in the history of the state, the British army were involved. Yet despite a motion passed by the Dail, despite the British government being accused of mass murder of Irish Citizens on the streets of our towns and cities, this British government and the Prime Minister David Cameron has refused to release the files that would show it was not involved. The only conclusion the Irish people can come to is that the files would show its responsibility for this mass murder of Irish people.”