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Former members of the security forces, including SAS veterans, are to name and shame IRA terrorists who escaped justice in a harrowing film.
The servicemen, led by Sutton Coldfield ex-Grenadier Guard Alan Barry, are producing a film entitled The Great Betrayal as a response to the Parliament-backed investigation into the actions of over 300 retired soldiers in Northern Ireland.

They are furious that, under the terms of the 1997 Good Friday Agreement, IRA killers were freed from jail or handed immunity, yet the door has been left open for soldiers to be prosecuted.

Alan Barry, who was involved in military intelligence during his time in Northern Ireland, said The Great Betrayal is the 22,000-strong group’s response to being “hung out to dry” by the very country they served.

He said: “The terrorists are portraying themselves as heroes, freedom fighters. They are cultivating a Robin Hood image. In fact, they were callous killers. They were no better than ISIS.

“An officer in my own regiment, Captain Robert Nairac, was abducted, tortured and murdered (in 1977) and his body still lies in an unmarked grave.

Alan and banner-waving colleagues are furious that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn did not meet them when they protested outside a socialist gathering in Barnstable, Devon. "Corbyn avoids us at every occasion.”........................

If IRA child murdering cunt's cannot be prosecuted, surely the same should apply to our soldiers should it not?

Also Jeremy Corbyn is a grade A cunt. (sorry negan to insult your hero Jeremy  , but its my opinion)

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Former members of the security forces, including SAS veterans, are to name and shame IRA terrorists who escaped justice in a harrowing film.
The servicemen, led by Sutton Coldfield ex-Grenadier Guard Alan Barry, are producing a film entitled The Great Betrayal as a response to the Parliament-backed investigation into the actions of over 300 retired soldiers in Northern Ireland.

They are furious that, under the terms of the 1997 Good Friday Agreement, IRA killers were freed from jail or handed immunity, yet the door has been left open for soldiers to be prosecuted.

Alan Barry, who was involved in military intelligence during his time in Northern Ireland, said The Great Betrayal is the 22,000-strong group’s response to being “hung out to dry” by the very country they served.

He said: “The terrorists are portraying themselves as heroes, freedom fighters. They are cultivating a Robin Hood image. In fact, they were callous killers. They were no better than ISIS.

“An officer in my own regiment, Captain Robert Nairac, was abducted, tortured and murdered (in 1977) and his body still lies in an unmarked grave.

Alan and banner-waving colleagues are furious that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn did not meet them when they protested outside a socialist gathering in Barnstable, Devon. "Corbyn avoids us at every occasion.”........................

If IRA child murdering cunt's cannot be prosecuted, surely the same should apply to our soldiers should it not?

Also Jeremy Corbyn is a grade A cunt. (sorry negan to insult your hero Jeremy  , but its my opinion)

Look forward to watching that when it's released. Corbyn hasn't an ounce of decency in him. How he had the brass neck to lay a wreath at the Cenotaph.

 

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