Monday, January 29, 2007

Supporting the Police

A major step towards power sharing in Northern Ireland was taken last night after Sinn Fein ended 86 years of opposition to policing in the province.
A decade after the ceasefire that heralded the end of the 30-year violent campaign that saw the IRA carry out 1,800 murders, its political wing voted to support the Police Service of Northern Ireland.


Very well, here is the police appeal for information on the murder of Robert McCartney. Think they'll get any more in the new era? Me neither.

It'll be the second anniversary of the murder tomorrow. See icons passim.
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