‘Sinn Féin must come clean about murder of Paul Quinn’, says Bradley

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SDLP MLA for Newry and Armagh Dominic Bradley has said that Sinn Féin must come clean about the murder of South Armagh man Paul Quinn.

Paul Quinn was murdered in 2007

Commenting on what he described as efforts to deflect responsibility away from the IRA, Bradley said, “The efforts of Sinn Féin to deflect responsibility for Paul Quinn’s murder away from the IRA are despicable and only reinforce the belief of the family that the IRA was involved.

“Not content with their attempt to criminalise Paul Quinn after his horrific murder Sinn Féin now seek to add to that insult by tying Paul Quinn to the murders of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe.

“There are people in Sinn Féin who know who murdered Paul Quinn but who prefer to stay silent. It is time for the so called leadership in Sinn Féin to tell the truth. A good start would be for Sinn Féin to apologise for the lies they have pedaled about Paul Quinn,” the SDLP MLA insisted.

“The late Brian Keenan knew the truth, and if he did, so too does Gerry Adams and Conor Murphy. The Quinn family have suffered enough. They should not have to wait 30 years for an apology.

Bradley added, “If Sinn Féin believe in justice as they so often claim they do then they should act now and expose the truth behind this horrific murder.”


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1 Comment for “‘Sinn Féin must come clean about murder of Paul Quinn’, says Bradley”

  1. Les Wilson

    Don’t expect Sinn Fein IRA to come clean on this case or any other. Sinn Fein IRA have learned a great deal from their MI5 and British State masters. They too are now masters in the art of cover up.

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