The McGuigan Killing: Humpty Dumpty Sat On The Fence

The Broken Elbow hosts a wry take on the PSNI investigation into the murder of Kevin McGuigan.

Some valid thoughts and questions from Peter Sefton about the ongoing PSNI-Provisional IRA double act.

PSNI near a breakthrough in search for McGuigan killers
PSNI near a breakthrough in search for McGuigan killers

Originally posted on seftonblog:

Humpty Dumpty told Alice that if he ever fell off the wall, the King would send all his horses and all his men to pick him up.

Our own policing Humpty Dumpty can look forward to the Queen sending him a knighthood, providing he stays on the fence.

Last night Sharon O’Neill asked him a very obvious question; “Who is the leader of PIRA?”

His answer was that membership is a criminal offence and he wasn’t going to do or say anything or speculate on anything which could undermine any future court proceedings.

So there you are Dear Reader, the Chief Con is on the case “following the evidence”. Can’t you see him with his magnifying glass and cape , accompanied by Joe 90, examining the footpaths of West Belfast?

Of course he could have arrested a sizeable proportion of PIRA high command the other week when he met them…

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Anthony McIntyre

Former IRA prisoner, spent 18 years in Long Kesh. Free Speech advocate, writer, historian, humanist, and researcher.

1 comment to ''The McGuigan Killing: Humpty Dumpty Sat On The Fence"

  1. I dont get the incredulity at the political policing by the PSNI, Dee Fennell can get arrested for appearing to encourage membership, but actual membership is subject other concerns, the primary one being what is most advantageous to British rule.


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