Tag Archives: Ireland

Challenge to political policing inquiry, as document confirms Irish police had ‘relationship’ with British ‘spycop’

The Canary has a copy of a letter that confirms the Garda (the Irish police service) had a “relationship” with British undercover police officer – or ‘spycop’ – Mark Kennedy. And the revelation increases pressure on the Pitchford inquiry into … Continue reading

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Explosive BBC documentary on the IRA and British intelligence left out crucial details

A BBC Panorama documentary broadcast on 11 April found evidence of collusion between army intelligence and MI5 around the execution of dozens of alleged IRA informers. And if it was not for a decades-long cover up, British intelligence and republican politicians would … Continue reading

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‘Dossier’ confirms RUC & MI5 were warned of Omagh bombing

Two documents – in the form of an undisclosed ‘dossier’ and testimony marked ‘Restricted’ – confirm what many have long known or suspected: that the security services were informed well in advance of the bombing that took place at Omagh … Continue reading

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Kitson and N Ireland killings: civil prosecution aims to reveal full extent of ‘dirty war’

Note: above letter continues below (at end of article). With the lack of confidence in the protracted public and historical inquiries in Northern Ireland regarding the role of the British army in the ‘dirty war’, it is inevitable that victims … Continue reading

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