Given rekindled interest in Stake-knife due to DPP, Barra McGrory’s, demand for an investigation,
to-night’s Saturday Night Film is a BBC Spotlight programme that focusses on Stake-knife and UK state involvement in his activities, using Ms Caroline Moorehead as an example of his victims. It comes in 3 parts.
a) See what they say about how Stakeknife, if Scappittici,was recruited and what his motivation was. The report differs from other references here https://eurofree3.wordpress.com/2015/02/06/the-dirty-war-2/
Make up your own mind
NB Mr Scappiticci strongly denies all allegations he is Stake-knife and proclaims his innocence. He has never been brought up to court for any of these murders. He has never faced trial or been convicted. He is innocent until proven guilty.
b) Watch Eamonn Collin’s cameo performance.
c)FRU. You’ll find more info on FRU here
d) Note how Caroline Moorhead was allegedly recruited as an “informer”
Check back to https://eurofree3.wordpress.com/2015/02/06/the-dirty-war-2/ to see the methods that were used to recruit informers
Comment: Remember it took very little to terrorise people into informing. Threatening to harm her children was enough for Caroline
Proof of theDirty War?
Questions to hold in mind as we watch the film:
Who approved Caroline Moorhead’s murder?
If she was an informer why did the UK state not save her?
If she wasn’t an informer, why was she killed?
What value has a confession extorted under threat?
Why is Stakeknife protected and hidden by the UK state?