Ed Moloney with a question for the head of the British state's Public Prosecution Service in the North. Ed Moloney blogs @ The Broken Elbow.
Now, I wonder will Barra McGrory issue any subpoenas for this one? Silly question.
Originally posted on seftonblog:
Today I lodged papers with the Police Ombudsman.
Details will follow.
Essentially, I contend that PIRA was so completely penetrated by the state in 1990 that the murders of my parents were the state’s responsibility. This the police failed to investigate.
I have given details of the PIRA informers, whose names I know and I have asked the Ombudsman to examine all state files.
The exercise has taken a year of my life, which I have gladly given, for my parents.
Other events have given me this opportunity, which I failed to take for twenty four years.
A number of people who treated me badly during that time and who gave me no support will have their own God to answer to.
I thank those who have stood by me through all my travails for these years. I thank those from both communities, who, in the last twelve months have given me information and insight. The PSNI and the PPS failed to come up to the mark. Let’s see if the Ombudsman is hewn from different wood.