6/02/2005

The Cover up continues.

A lot of questions need to answered about how a British Army Rifle used on Bloody Sunday managed to turn up in Africa a year AFTER the Ministry of Defence had claimed it had been destroyed. These extraordinary claims, which will no doubt trouble the relatives of those murdered, had been made by former British army officer, Tim Collins.

This is a very distrubing development. It seems the web of lies and deceit spun by the Brits in order to attempt to conceal their murderous activities lasted well beyond the pathetic Widgery Inquiry. The Saville inquiry MUST investigate this mystery immediately. As far as Bloody Sunday is concerned, the army have been telling lies for decades and people have a right to know if they are still telling lies even now.

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