Since the the signing of the Good Friday Agreement and the start
of the Peace Process In Ireland. The British have blocked an
inquiry into the British Government's role in the murder of a Human
rights lawyer Pat Finucane.
The British Government has also been involved in the murder of
another Human Rights Lawyer, Rosemary Nelson who was bombed by
their agents, just a few months after the Agreement was signed.
Agents of the British Government have also since the Agreement
murdered journalist Martin O'Hagan.
The British have further introduced secret political internment
without trial of political activists. Continued with political
policing,the torture of political prisoners, the censorship of
independent Irish media and the continuance of a Police state run
by SS UK, still very agencies involved in these murders.
Below are just a few of the many mainstream media accounts of their activities.
The bottom line, is that there is no Peace Process, based on
basic principles of civilized justice functioning in British
Occupied Ireland.It has long since been destroyed by the British
Government and their secret service agencies known as SS UK .
The National Union of Journalists has expressed grave disappointment at the announcement by the Director of Public Prosecutions in Northern Ireland that a decision has been taken not to prosecute in the Martin O'Hagan murder case.
NUJ Irish Secretary Seamus Dooley said the union was disturbed by the announcement. The DPP was quoted as saying the decision was made after careful consideration of "available evidence".
NUJ activist Martin O Hagan, a Sunday World journalist, was shot dead in Lurgan in 2001.
Mr Dooley said: “This union does not accept that the State can walk away from this case. The murder of Martin O'Hagan was an outrageous act of violence which cannot go unpunished.
"We will continue to campaign for a full investigation leading to the conviction of those responsible for the murder of our friend and colleague.
"Martin's family, friends and colleagues remain determined to see justice done in this case".