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.
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This is a man who has spent most of his Police career in an office, a fact which his waistline can attest to. And, according to his bio on the PSNI website, spent several years in GB. So the “troubles” are, to him, something that happened to other people.
I’m told George was not too fond of the outdoors when he was a con in Musgrave St