Bernadette Sands McKevitt - in a letter to BBC Spotlight raises questions about the paid informer David Rupert and his links to MI5. 

The letter was sent on her behalf from her solicitor's lawfirm, Phoenix Law. It was prompted by a Spotlight production featuring David Rupert whose evidence led to Michael McKevitt being imprisoned for a lengthy period. He died shortly after his release. 

The trial was regarded by human rights campaigners such as Fr Des Wilson as a travesty of justice driven by an overriding desire - The Framing Of Michael McKevitt. 

Bernadette Sands McKevitt in her letter raises the spectre of a politically motivated stitch up that relied almost exclusively on seriously tainted evidence procured by financial inducement. 




­čľ╝Bernadette Sands McKevitt is a private citizen. 

Tell Me What To Do, Make It Worth My While

Bernadette Sands McKevitt - in a letter to BBC Spotlight raises questions about the paid informer David Rupert and his links to MI5. 

The letter was sent on her behalf from her solicitor's lawfirm, Phoenix Law. It was prompted by a Spotlight production featuring David Rupert whose evidence led to Michael McKevitt being imprisoned for a lengthy period. He died shortly after his release. 

The trial was regarded by human rights campaigners such as Fr Des Wilson as a travesty of justice driven by an overriding desire - The Framing Of Michael McKevitt. 

Bernadette Sands McKevitt in her letter raises the spectre of a politically motivated stitch up that relied almost exclusively on seriously tainted evidence procured by financial inducement. 




­čľ╝Bernadette Sands McKevitt is a private citizen. 

4 comments:

  1. They don't pay millions for no reason.

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    1. They paid it for a reason - they funded the Kitson strategy of using the law to dispose of unwanted members of the public. Have they ever used a paid informer to jail a banker or a corrupt politician?

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  2. One of the proudest things that I can say is that I was blessed enough to meet Michael McKevitt in Gaol. He was not only a gentleman but a genuine Irish hero. I can look up to him and tell my children that a man of real integrity existed once. Without waxing lyrical, what the Free-State did to him is as bad as what it committed @ ballyseedy and for the same aim as imposing British Rule in Ireland. Rupert is a scumbag. Mickey is a hero. R.I.P

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