I just came across this show in the BBC series
“Who do you think you are?”
How history resonates and reverberates.
Almost 100 years ago a widow in Dublin demanded “Truth and Justice” after an elite UK Intelligence Unit murdered her husband in his shop.
Bloody Sunday in Dublin followed.
Today, families in Northern Ireland echo the call for Truth and Justice and even just an Inquest into their relatives’ deaths
After yet another Bloody Sunday, this time in Derry
Nothing changed in the UK’s attitude to Irish “insurgents” between the War of Independence and the Troubles.
And nothing has changed in the UK’s attitude to holding their perpetrators of murder to justice, or even to account in some way.
Will it ever?
PS We’ve just learnt that Ciaran Mc Clean’s challenge to the Conservative party-DUP pact failed in the UK High Court today!
The Mirror has already mentioned the case in this post:
Lord Justice Sales said the grounds relied on by Mr McClean were not “properly arguable in a court of law”.
Query: Does that mean they need to be argued in Westminster?
Don’t hold your breath they ever will be!