The cover-up continues 16 years later
I see that the Finucane family have decided that they will not be giving any support to an inquiry into Pat's murder if the inquiry is restricted under the terms of the Inquiries bill which Blair seems determined to push thorugh parliament. While this must have been an exceptionally difficult decision for the family, I feel they have made the right choice. An inquiry in private is no inquiry at all and is certainly not what Judge Cory intended, as he himself states. The policy of collusion prepetrated by the British state continues to be protected to this day. The Inquiries bill should be scrapped. The Finucanes should get the full transparent inquiry they deserve and they should accept no less.