dec 162012
 

  David Cameron deeply sorry for ‘shocking’ state collusion They went to London in hope more than expectation. The family of Pat Finucane never supported this review of evidence by a “lawyer with strong links to the Conservative Party”, demanding instead the public inquiry they were initially promised by Tony Blair. They leave with the personal apology of a Prime Minister for the “collusion” of British agents in Pat’s murder. But not, they say, the truth. Mr Finucane’s wife Geraldine [lees verder]

dec 162012
 

Prime minister apologises to Finucane’s family after report reveals special branch repeatedly failed to warn lawyer of threat The prime minister’s frankest admission yet that the state colluded in the 1989 murder of the Belfast lawyer Pat Finucane has failed to quell demands from his family, human rights organisations and the Irish government for a full public inquiry. Fresh revelations on Wednesday – about special branch’s repeated failure to warn Finucane that his life was under threat, the RUC’s “obstruction” [lees verder]