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NEWS: Contrived nationalist ‘bias’ argument succeeds in an attempt to manipulate judicial system

Following the malicious and contrived targeting of a High Court judge by nationalist legacy activists and their surrogates, Mr Justice McCloskey has bowed to the despicable nationalist attempts to undermine the impartiality of the judicial system.

The cause of genuine victims, who deserve truth and justice, has been hi-jacked by Sinn Fein and their activists operating within the legal profession.

All of those that collaborated to contrive the public perception of bias had motive for doing so, namely to derail a case that was going against them and to try and save the political ‘collusion’ narrative.

Once it became apparent that the case was going against them, a coalition of nationalist legacy activists bandied together to try and derail the case, in the hope of having it heard before Mr Justice Treacy.

Many unionists feel that Mr Justice Treacy has often acted as a nationalist legacy activist from the bench, and therefore the motivation for the case to be heard by Justice Treacy is clear.

It is clear that the most appropriate course of action, in light of Mr Justice McCloskey bowing to contrived nationalist demands, is for the case to be heard by Mr Justice Weir.

Mr Justice Weir is someone that the entire community could have faith in. It is abundantly clear that the discredited Police Ombudsman’s report into the unjustifiable and reprehensible Loughinisland massacre should be quashed and the broad definition of collusion should be completely changed.

 

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