Policing & Justice

Policing and Justice

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 […]

NEWS: Full text of complaint into Police Ombudsman revealed

Unionist Voice can today publish the full complaint made against the Police Ombudsman and reported in Saturday’s Irish News  The Department of Justice confirmed on Friday that they were investigating the complaint.     Ref; Complaint into Police Ombudsman- Dr Michael Maguire   Dear Sir/Madam,   I wish to register a complaint in relation to the […]

OPINION: Loughinisland case demonstrates the real legacy agenda and hypocrisy that runs through it

By Jamie Bryson Today’s Judgement in relation to the discredited Police Ombudsman report into the awful killings at Loughinisland in 1994, has been delayed. In a clear example of the growing coalition of legacy activists, from many professional fields, coming together for political purposes, Barra McGrory QC, the controversial former DPP, has emerged to represent the […]

Loughinisland Judgement- The key legacy battleground

Loughinisland Judgement- The key legacy  battleground

The legacy litigation battle reaches a key battleground in January, when former RUC officers will seek to have the widely discredited Police Ombudsman report into Loughinisland quashed. Loughinisland has been the focus of intense republican propaganda in 2017, with legacy litigators- some of whom are Sinn Fein campaigners- continuing to promote an overtly political agenda […]

Serious questions over Loughinisland ‘film’ as unionism strikes back in legacy battle

Serious questions over Loughinisland ‘film’ as unionism strikes back in legacy battle

  (Pictured published in Sinn Fein magazine, An Phoblacht) Today’s High Court judgement has made clear that the Police Ombudsman report relating to killings at Loughinisland in 1994 was “unsustainable in law”. Mr Justice McCloskey also branded the report “careless, thoughtless and inattentive in the language and structuring of the document”. Given the scathing judgement, there […]

NEWS: PSNI secret media and political briefings over Cantrell Close revealed

Unionist Voice can today expose the secret PSNI briefings that created and perpetuated the allegations of threats being issued by the UVF to families in Cantrell close. A Freedom of Information request has revealed there was seven briefings provided to politicians and one authorised media briefing. At the time of the incident the East Belfast […]

NEWS: UUP MLA Doug Beattie calls for a PSNI assessment of CRSI following stalkers conviction 

Military Cross recipient and Ulster Unionist Party MLA Doug Beattie MC has called on the PSNI to provide an assessment in relation to dissident linked Conflict Resolution Services Ireland.  The call comes after the conviction of thuggish stalker Fernando Murphy, who last week pleaded guilty to stalking a former partner which included places stolen photos […]

OPINION: Why the PSNI should display the Poppy on their land rovers 

By Jamie Bryson     Some may recall the recent controversy over the PSNI’s participation in gay pride, and the associated decorating of their land rovers to promote the event.  I was one of those that opposed such meddling in politics, yet the PSNI justified their participation by saying that gay pride was an inclusive event […]

Analysis: PSNI’s partisan seizure of loyalist memorabilia raises serious questions

By Edward Maxwell Kate Hoey’s questioning of the Chief Constable during the Northern Ireland Affairs committee went some way to exposing the shaky legal rationale for the PSNI’s seizure of both historic, and conflict related, loyalist memorabilia. Recent search warrants obtained under Schedule 5 of the Terrorism Act have been authorised on the basis of seeking […]

NEWS: Kate Hoey MP challenges Chief Constable on one sided seizure of UVF memorabilia

Prominent MP Kate Hoey, who was once a member of Tony Blair’s Government, has this morning challenged PSNI Chief Constable George Hamilton in relation to the seizure of historical and conflict related UVF memorabilia, which it has been suggested is not actually a criminal offence under the Terrorism Act. Ms Hoey quizzed the Chief Constable […]