A full independent probe is being launched to compel MI5 to hand over documentation suggesting they bribed pedophiles and prevented some of them being brought to trial, reports the Belfast Telegraph. The lawyer quoted is representing one of the many victims of abuse in the Kincora Boy’s Home case.
The revelation made to the Belfast High Court during the hearing has landed MI5 in the firing line to give forced testimonies. With further fuel added to the fire, Amnesty International has also announced their intentions to promote further investigations into the abuse that occurred at the Boys’ Home in east Belfast, calling for the UK parliament to conduct their own independent investigations into these acts that led to protection for pedophile politicians in the 1970s.
“The Kincora affair may be one of the most disturbing episodes of the Troubles…The claims that MI5 turned a blind eye to child abuse, actively blocked a police investigation, and instead used the pedophile ring for intelligence-gathering purposes, are utterly scandalous,” said Amnesty International’s Northern Ireland Program Director Patrick Corrigan.
So far, the British government has declined to include this case within the child abuse inquires currently conducted. According to presstv, London’s intention is quite the opposite, seeking to conduct investigations where MI5 would not be compelled to testify in any matters.
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