Interviewed on BBC Panorama and shown tonight, the Chief Constable referred to “these legacy issues”
Well, I have news for him.
The murders of my parents were crimes. Crimes which his force has failed to solve. Crimes where the papers were put in a box and stored away , probably months after the bomb. The exhibits were destroyed.
My parents were real living victims of crime.
They are not a “legacy”, nor an “issue”.
I suppose I should not be surprised that , having been selected as a safe pair of hands by the state, he trots out the state’s line.
Readers, particularly those who have also lost loved ones might well think [like I do] that George Hamilton’s attitude stinks.