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just straighten that out to avoid misinterpretation.
actually just ignore the fact that it's the IRA making the threat.
if someone takes out the scum who killed the guy, i'd be glad
Presuming that story isn't a crock of shit, that is.
Not ever "for" vigilante justice really' I can't see how you could rationally justify it under these circumstances but not under others. Besides which, this sounds nothing like vigilante justice and a lot more like a load of old men with increasingly out-dated views being so ridiclously proud and up themselves that they feel the need to get involved in the issue in a way that the next of kin have specifically asked them not to; where is the justice for the victim's family?
Well, that's all I can think from reading that. Like that guy at the beginning of the Godfather who wants justice for his daughter it sounds like the guy's father has requested the IRA sort out these bad people like they're all the nicest guys ever.
'Meanwhile, Wayne's father today issued a plea for no retaliation for the murder of his innocent son.
John Doherty said his son had no political involvement and had not even voted in the recent elections.'
Point taken RE: IRA/Mafia but it's pretty clear the guy's father hasn't called the IRA in.
Yeah, they're clearly just deciding to be a vigilante police force then. Twats.
it's bad enough that they consider themselves the de facto police force in parts of NI without assuming the same mantle in the ROI.
This is a bit rich from the IRA. How many 'innocent dads' have they murdered over the years?
And, may I be shown to be talking out of my arse here, but I'm entering this part for the "A LIKELY FUCKING STORY AWARD: "Innocent Wayne Doherty, an Irish Pride bread delivery man who had absolutely no involvement in crime, was gunned down by members of a Mulhuddart drug and robbery gang".
Because drug gang members routinely shoot people for reasons entirely unconnected to dealing drugs...
but there are plenty of quite plausible scenarios in which an innocent member of the public is gunned down by people involved in organised crime.
Plus, they're Irish. They probably didn't have a clue what was going on, bless 'em.
A blog? Really?
...they're all saying the same thing...that one was just the first i came across...
you know what? yeah. he deserved to be shot. got what was coming.
i'm abandoning this thread now, knew it was a mistake, goodbye
The only 'proper' news story will be the ones published after the police have finished building their case and it goes to trial. Everything before that is conjecture and hearsay.
'shot twice outside his parents John and Angela's home, where he had been reared alongside five brothers and one sister'
where he was reared? was 'his childhood home' not available?
'"I was in there with the young baby and I heard two shots being fired," the man, who did not want to be named, said.'
what young baby? why no naming? paedoing afoot.
That's some poorly written stuff.